Anyone who has a relationship with Ole Miss can tell you how special it is. There are countless reasons why, but two that stick out to me are the traditions that have been carried on throughout many years and the community that makes Ole Miss feel like home no matter where you’re from. As a student coming from out of state, I was both anxious and excited about college. I quickly learned that the community and traditions that surround the university made it easier to call Ole Miss home quicker than expected. This allowed me to step out of my comfort zone, meet new people, and create new experiences throughout my four years as an undergraduate student. The warm feeling of home is not lost after graduation, which makes the opportunity to work with students looking for their college home away from home even better.
Hometown: St. Louis, MO
Degree: B.S. in Exercise Science
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