To the Professor Who Has Consistently Supported Me, Thank You
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To My Favorite Professor Who Has Consistently Supported Me, Thank You

I am so grateful to have you in my life

To My Favorite Professor Who Has Consistently Supported Me, Thank You

Throughout college, you have countless professor, but there tends to be the one professor that sticks out as your favorite professor. Mine has been one of my English professors, who I met my sophomore year when I was placed in her Short Story class. I was the only sophomore in that class because my school had gotten rid of my major, so it was an interesting experience. Yet even through everything that was going on with trying to figure out my classes, this professor came alongside me and now we're great friends. It is so important to be able to have someone who will allow for educational support, growth, and encouragement. I am so beyond lucky to have become close with this professor and I am so grateful for everything that I have learned from her over the past few years.

You have supported me, helped me and become my mentor over the last few years and I am truly so thankful to have met you and grown with you as I have gone through my degree. I have learned so much from you and your class has always been my favorite ones to attend. You are truly a wonderful professor and I am so honored to have been able to learn from you over these last few years.

Your teaching and guidance has been so influential in my life and you have grown my ability to explore and discover literature. I have truly loved being able to go through an independent study with you this last semester. Being able to go in-depth and examine these works of literature has truly kindled my love and passion for literature. You examine literature so well and I respect you so much for all of the abilities and skills that I have learned from you. I am so excited to be able to continue the friendship that I have with you after graduation and I look forward to being able to still learn and grow from the knowledge that you have.

There is something so special about being able to have this kind of professor who is willing to come alongside you and mentor and grow with you as you go through your college experience. College can be crazy enough as is and having professors who make class enjoyable make it better. It can be hard to find that professor that you truly gel with, but once you do, it becomes a beautiful relationship.

As semesters start to come to an end, make sure to go to that professor who has made an impact on you and say thank you to them. It may seem like a little thing, but the fact that they have impacted you and them truly knowing that is something that is so special. So next time you see that teacher or professor who has impacted you, don't be afraid to tell them.

And to my professor who has helped and supported me through so many things throughout my time in college, Thank you for everything.

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