Coming from Exeter, New Hampshire, I actually hadn’t heard of Elon before I set out on my college search process. However, fate saw to it that I would find Elon when my dad saw a sign for it on the interstate and we pulled off and took a campus tour. I was originally attracted to Elon because of its focus on engaged learning, smaller class sizes, and the opportunities to work with professors. These qualities proved to have an immeasurable influence on my time here as a student. Additionally, I believe that Elon affords students the opportunity to do more throughout their undergraduate experience than they ever thought possible in four years. Elon is a truly special place and I am very grateful for all that I have gained from my time here both as a student and as an Admissions Counselor.
While attending Elon, I had the privilege of becoming involved with our Center for Leadership, leading a service trip to Morocco, studying abroad on the Holocaust Journey, and conducting an undergraduate research project. My experiences at Elon ignited an interest in international travel with a particular focus on international service.
In my personal time, I enjoy reading about a variety of topics, running, movies, and finding great new restaurants in the area.
If you have any questions about Elon or the college admissions process, please don’t hesitate to ask.
B.A. in Anthropology with minors in Sociology and English Literature, Elon University 2012
Admissions Counselor for students from Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island