Recently I was contacted by Lake Erie College to do a write up about my days at L.E.C and what I could tell prospective students about my experience.
It got me thinking of what an awesome time I had and how wonderful a small liberal arts college was for me. Small classes make you have to attend, you get to know all of your teachers, and you make close knit friends that last a lifetime.
The equestrian program is one of the best in the country, you get exposure to everything in the horse world and learn what “real life” is going to be about.
I was a Communications major and took horse classes because I had a small horse scholarship that allowed me to get my horse classes paid for.
At the time that I was in college I had no idea that I would end up working in the horse world, but L.E.C prepared me even though I didn’t know it at the time!
Once you become an L.E.C alumni, you will find yourself running into other graduates out in the horse world. The small L.E.C community has a large impact on the equestrian world!
If anyone is looking for a Liberal Arts education you may want to seriously consider L.E.C.
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- Horse Care