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When choosing a college you are choosing an intellectual community and aplace where you believe that you can live learn and flourish To thisend the Board of Admission is interested in knowing your reasons forapplying to Wellesley College and how Wellesley will help you to realizeyour personal and academic goals The world of science has just begun to accept many females anddiscover that we have the same if not higher potential than males I wantto go to Wellesley to receive an education at a place that makes me feelcomfortable without be discriminated that I am a girl and not good enoughI want to be in a place where there is a small community of people who willbe there to cheer for me when I am struggling I think that in a smallenvironment where everyone knows everyone I can be myself and feel likehome around other students who may understand what I want to do and where Iwant to head towards I have a strong feminist strength and coming from aVietnamese background where they have a patriarchal perspective I want toprove that wrong to my Vietnamese community I want to be a mature womanwho can be an example for other females to become what they want to bewithout the pull of being at a stay at home mom or doing easy work Iwant to become a physician specializing in surgery My mom questions whywould I want to go to school for so long She says that all I need is anundergraduate education at the colleges near our home Afterwards I canjust work and find a husband to take care of me The easy life is whatshe explains to me in her native language I do not want that I want tobecome someone who can prove to people that I can be happy while followingmy dreams I do not need a man to protect or feed me I want to be and
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