Major: Environmental Analysis & Planning
Hometown: Silver Spring, Maryland
High School: James Hubert Blake High School, Class of 2010
I chose FSU for several reasons. I had applied to schools all over the state, because I wanted to stay relatively close to home. It was my campus visits that really helped me determine where I would go. As I toured all of the different campuses, I came to realize that I really wanted a school surrounded by nature, not one located in a huge city. When I toured Frostburg, that realization was 100% confirmed. I fell in love with the area on the drive up, walking around the campus, and even from walking around town. Frostburg also has the strongest program for what I wanted to study in comparison to the other schools, and so it became the obvious choice for where I would pursue my undergraduate education.
How I stay involved
First, I am President of the Residence Hall Association (RHA), which is an organization where the individual hall councils of each dorm hall come together to improve the experience of on-campus housing here at FSU. Also associated in RHA, I am a member of the National Residence Hall Honorary. This organization works to recognize the efforts of on campus students whether it is for an awesome program they planned, or for helping to spread awareness about a cause. Finally I am a Bobcat Ambassador, part of a team that helps share FSU’s story to prospective students and their families and to welcome them in various ways on campus.
Life after the Burg
After I graduate from Frostburg in the spring of 2014, I plan on going straight to graduate school. I want to study Natural Resource Management and Sustainable Development or soil science.
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