How long was your college experience?

How long was your college experience?

Bethy Cassatt Bethy Cassatt
I'm still going strong at 3 years, and I'm starting to seriously consider grad school. What about yall?
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married with children married with children
2 years of college and a 5 year apprenticeship.
CollegeFun2014 CollegeFun2014
My undergrad degree will take 5 years if everything goes as planned. I'm going to get my masters but not sure when yet. Yay engineering
spiced spiced
I went for 4 1/2 years the first time, before dropping out just a few courses short of graduation. I had no clue what I wanted to do and I was burned out from working in addition to classes, sports--and for course, partying.

15 years later, I took 4 years to get a "2 year degree" and then decided to finally finish my bachelors, which I did in one semester. So...all together, that's 9 years. And I STILL don't know nuthin'.
Kat and Aaron(aaron) Kat and Aaron(aaron)
It took me 8 years on and off to get my bachelor's degree. Went through a couple of majors before I found something I was truly happy with.
Kittybit Kittybit
3.5 years for my BA and I'm currently applying for grad school
ththpup ththpup
4 and 1/2. Jobs, here I come
Lildrummrgurl7 Lildrummrgurl7
Once I graduate in May (as long as nothing catastrophic happens that prevents me from graduating...) I will have spent the usual 4 years on my BA. I do plan on going to either law school or graduate school in a few years though.
Living Doll Living Doll
2 or 3 years, I don't remember exactly.
Taylor Taylor
Well I went to a university for a year and a half and then dropped out since I had an eating disorder and had to go to treatment.

Then I did massage school (not sure if others count that as college since credits don't transfer, but I count it) which took a year.

Then I went back and got my Associate's in physical therapy assisting at a community college which took another 2.5 years though for some of it I was only going part time.

So 5 years total, but it was over an 8 year span of time. I am glad that I do have 2 professions that I can make a decent living at, I always have something I can do that way.
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