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Assist Collin with her fees for her final year

Assist Collin with her fees for her final year

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I am a final year Bachelor of Accounting (Accounting Science) student at the University of Johannesburg.

I am the first of four children born to a single mother and an absent father. My years at tertiary have been such a struggle as sometimes things became so difficult that I didn't have enough food and used outdated textbooks but I am grateful to finally be in my final year.

My journey started in 2013, I am supposed to already be doing my articles, and unfortunately things did not go according to plan. In 2014, my 2nd year, I failed a major module which blocked other 3rd year modules and led to losing my bursary and that's when things went south.

In 2015, I went back to school and passed that module but had outstanding fees so I got kicked out of res. In 2016 I was able to register but I was traveling from home to campus daily and I could only attend classes for the 1st two months of the academic year then I had no money for taxi to get to school, I barely had money to download slides and school related material, I ended up failing in the 1st semester and stayed at home for the rest of the year, I got diagnosed with anxiety.

In 2017 I got diagnosed with depression and failed yet again. It's now 2018, I passed the 1st semester and I am more than ready to keep fighting for my dream to become a reality.

*The campaign creator has opted that Backabuddy transfer any funds raised directly to University of Johannesburg.*

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  • Jul 04, 2018 - R 110.00
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I am a final year Bachelor of Accounting (Accounting Science) student at the University of Johannesburg.  My journey started in 2013, I am supposed to already be doing my articles, and unfortunately things did not go according to plan. In 2017 I got diagnosed with depression and failed yet again. It's now 2018, I passed the 1st semester and I am more than ready to keep fighting for my dream to become a reality.