What is one of your best W&J memories?
One of my best W&J memories was going through sorority recruitment and becoming a Delta Gamma sister. I found the support system I needed freshman year, and a home away from home. DG also provided countless leadership opportunities that taught me to be an effective and strong leader. In addition, the philanthropic events Delta Gamma participated in allowed me to get involved within the community, and give back to many charities as well. I valued my time as a Delta Gamma here on campus, as I truly believe it enhanced my college experience.
What did you plan to study when you came to W&J and what did you end up studying?
I planned to study political science in the pre-law track, however I changed to economics and picked up a Spanish major as well.
What are you going to miss the most about W&J?
I will miss the supportive community at W&J, especially my professors. Every professor truly goes out of their way to accommodate their students. Throughout COVID, it was clear that all of our professors put our education first, above all of the hardships they were personally facing. Professors here should be recognized for their hard-work and dedication.
What advice would you give to incoming or prospective students?
The biggest piece advice I would give to incoming students is: allow yourself time to adjust to college. It is going to be tough at first, but time heals all, and before you know it, you're going to be settled in your own routine. You're going to experience so much growth over the next four years. Give yourself time to breathe, and enjoy your time here.