Quarter ends a week from today.
I expect to spend most of the weekend finishing up homework - a pile of transcription for one class and two papers (one due Monday noon and the other due Thursday 10pm) for the other.
When I go in on Monday or Tuesday after work to drop off the pile of transcription, I will also have to turn in the forms for my name change and holy hell drop off my three graduation forms for my certifications. I ran my degree audits this afternoon to make sure I wasn't missing anything that I didn't know about, and I'm NOT.
One class left - all three certifications still need me to take 2 credits of AMA 101 (yeah, it's the last one, heh - Communications in Healthcare). I may snag a couple extras that became a mandatory part of the programs the quarter after I started (Basic Psych Principles and Patient Prioritizing and Instruction - at 1 credit each, they're well within my tuition waiver, I won't be paying anything extra except about $5 each for the course packets :P), but I haven't decided yet for sure.
And then I will be done with North.
Once BCC gets back to me and tells me I can take classes there (community colleges don't reject people, do they? :P), I'll sit down with an advisor and go over a plan (which I need to make this weekend), but right now the plan starts with PHIL 265 (Biomedical Ethics: 1908) and PSYCH 100 (Intro to Psych: 5711) in the fall.
In the longer scheme, the plan is to do my AAS (a general Associate in Arts and Sciences, falls under a direct transfer agreement to most WA public universities) in the next 2 years, then let UW (Public Health) and WWU (Human Services) fight over me. Heh. :)