With only one season left of Schitt’s Creek, college students around the world can be heard already mourning the loss of the show that makes finals season manageable. What will life be without the Rose family and company? They make you laugh, they make you cry, they make you want to belt out Tina Turner’s “The Best” at every karaoke night.
But before we say send them our best wishes and warmest regards and bid adieu to this town of misfits, we have to ask the ultimate question: Which Schitt’s Creek character embodies your major?
You may seem put together on the outside, but on the inside, you’re one big neurotic mess just like everyone else. You find it hard to go five minutes without reminding everyone of your pending business degree, but that entrepreneurial spirit keeps you striving for your next endeavor, and your peers envy you for it.
You were born for the spotlight and will take it by any means necessary. From your *ahem* bold sense of style to your indiscernible accent, you always seem in character. Your
abrasive passionate ways may keep others at arm’s length, but everyone will thank your proclivity for monologues when it’s discussion time in your 8 a.m. class.
Art – David Rose
Like David, art majors wear their uniqueness on their sleeves. And by “sleeves,” we mean entire peculiar get-up. Sure, you may live in a bit of a bubble and your parents may have to bankroll your early after-grad years, but your eye for design destines you for something greater. Whether it manifests in shopping for your friends or starting your own boutique, you just know what looks “correct.”
Marketing/Communications – Alexis Rose
An outspoken extrovert, you ooze charm and charisma. You get along with everyone and dress to impress, making you a shoo-in for after-grad job offers. Your mannerisms and abbreviations may raise an eyebrow or two, but that individuality suits your budding career in marketing perfectly. You could say that everyone could stand to be a little more Alexis…
English – Stevie Budd
Like most English majors, Stevie just wants to be left tf alone. Your ideal job allows for a lot of reading time (a.k.a., sitting behind the desk of a deserted motel). However, when you must talk to people, you scare dazzle them with your biting wit. Also, like Stevie, you hate math.
Political Science – Roland Schitt
As a political science major, you have a knack for twisting words and actions to fit your agenda (like convincing everyone to go out the night before a big exam). Some love you for it; others, not so much. You may not always be the most popular person in the room, but you think you’re charming and that’s all that matters.
Education – Jocelyn Schitt
Your mom-friend persona makes you the coordinator for nights out on town (and the one who ensures everyone makes it back to their dorm room safe and sound). Your fashion sense may lag, but who has time to keep current on fashion trends when you’re learning to mold the minds of America’s youth?
Zoology/Animal Sciences – Ted Mullens
You have the gentlest of bedside manners and the purest of souls. Your sweet spirit yearns for a world away from the cruelty of humanity, hence your love of animals. Be careful not to let your peers take advantage of you –in other words, avoid taking on 90% of the group project. One day you may live in the world of animals, but don’t let yourself fall to the bottom of the animal kingdom on campus.
Psychology – Patrick Brewer
As a psych major, your friend group counts on your cunning insight and level-headed presence when drama unfolds. Your intuitive nature means you often know what your friends and family feel before they do, keeping you two steps ahead. That said, you don’t need to anticipate every move. To avoid feeling worn out from being a constant shoulder to cry on, remember to cut loose every once in a while.
Forestry/Environmental Science – Mutt Schitt
You seem mysterious to some on campus, but in truth, you just refuse to conform to society’s standards. A true nature nut, you can’t wait to leave campus and spend the day in the arb foraging for pine cones. At parties, you can be found curating a discussion on the nature of being. And, of course, you’re always willing to share your cone wine.
Undecided – Twyla Sands
Let’s face it, you’re one hot mess. No one knows what your future holds, least of all you. The good news? Everyone’s pulling for you. Take your time figuring out what you want because once you do, everyone will have your back 100%.