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“Yes, You Really Do Belong in College”

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Attending the University of Notre Dame was always my dream. I loved the mission of the university and wanted to continue the legacy of my grandfather and great-grandfather.

I vividly remember when my grandfather took me to a football game as an eighth grader. We went to the Grotto and lit candles.

He smiled at me and said, “If you work hard, you can study here.”Though I nodded back, I didn’t completely believe him. Even after being accepted to Notre Dame, I was afraid I wouldn’t have the tools or talent to measure up to my peers.As a student with ADHD and dyslexia, I have often experienced doubt and struggled in my academic career during periods of transition, e.g., moving to a school for children with learning differences in second grade, attending a ‘regular’ high school, and then going to college.

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