Q&A with Ruth Nunez

Concurrent student, automotive business management

Andrea Baca, Reporter

Ruth Nunez is currently a junior at Liberal High School. She is also attending Seward County Community College and has to manage her time while going back and forth. She is undecided about what she wants to major in but is currently taking Automotive Business Management. Ruth is planning on attending SCCC for two years and then transfer.

Q: What is it like to attend high school and college at the same time?

A: It can be very challenging at times especially since volleyball is included in my schedule. Attending both schools tests your time management skills.

Q: What is the difference?

A: SCCC is more independent, it’s all on you and you can’t depend as much on your teachers and peers.

Q: Are you planning to attend SCCC after high school? If not what college?

A: I am planning on attending Seward for the two years and transferring, but I’m not sure to which college exactly.

Q: How do you get to college and go back to the high school?

A: I drive or my boyfriend gives me rides.

Q: What college course are you taking?

A: Automotive Business Management.

Q: What do you want to major in when attending college?

A: I’m still indecisive.

Q: How many years will it take you to earn your degree?

A: I hope two years for Associates.

Q: From a scale to 1­ to 10 how hard do you think your college course is?

A: I would rate it 8 out of 10.