Senior Coordinator for Graduate Admissions
My recruitment territories: College of Arts & Sciences,
School of Health Professions
Hometown: Eastpointe, MI.
My favorite spots around SU: I enjoy walking around Sarah’s Glen. It is great for clearing your head and just getting a nice view. I also love to walk around in Old Town Winchester. There are always fun events going on and I love to go into the shops and support local businesses.
What makes SU special to me: The tightly-knit, diverse community between the student body and faculty. Due to the smaller class sizes, students receive the attention they deserve from faculty members.
My advice: Make as many connections as possible with your peers and faculty members. Get involved with student life. You will be spending a lot of time with these people. Forge positive connections and get to know people. Students, especially graduate students, should reach out to faculty members and find people they would like to work with when applying to college. Creating those connections early is very important. When visiting a college, see if there is a faculty member available you can speak with. And make sure to ask about all the important spots on campus.
My hobbies: Going to the gym, cooking, and baking. I love playing volleyball and tennis and try to play as much as I can. In my free time I like to play video games and board games with friends. I also have a cat I spend time with named Midas – he is the most dog-like cat I have ever met.