My hometown is
I'm involved in:
President of Interfaith Council, member of Public Affairs Institute
After I graduate I plan to
I want to work in Advocacy in some capacity
My favorite place on campus is
Some of my favorite professors include
So far, my favorite class(es) has/have been
My greatest accomplishment at Alma is
I did a faith-based advocacy internship in Washington, D.C., with the Columbian Center for Advocacy and Outreach. Living in a city with all kinds of different cultures while experiencing how the government is controlled was a huge immersion into adulthood for me—it really gave me a taste of what I might want to do with my life. I’m proud of the fact that I stepped up and took this opportunity. The people I met there are contacts I will continue to connect with beyond my years at Alma. It really shows that at Alma, we establish our careers and get our names out even while we’re still students.
I'd advise an Alma freshman to
Step out of your comfort zone.
I'd tell a student considering coming to Alma
Don’t be afraid of the small school, because there is great comfort in knowing people wherever you go. Being well-connected on a small campus is very beneficial to your progress—at Alma you can connect with many people of different interests.
What I like most about studying at Alma is
The overwhelming Scottish pride!