||International Business & Marketing
||Baton Rouge, Louisiana
||Delta Sigma Pi (Pledge Educator), Delta Gamma (Director of Social Events), Student Government Association (Senator)
- If you could give one piece of advice to a prospective student about the college application process what would it be?
Appling for college is a timely and tedious tactic. Making the decision is the next step. The best advice for a prospective student applying would be to start early. Applying early leaves room to ponder and feel out every decision. Also, it takes the stress off of senior year, having to apply to college and balance the academic load. So the best advice would be to apply early and leave time to make the best decision.
- What’s the best thing about Loyola University? Why?
Loyola University is great because of the size. The campus is a wonderful square with all the buildings near each other. There are just enough students to see familiar faces every day. It is not too large to intimidate a person, and leaves much room for student involvement.
- What’s the best thing about living in New Orleans?
Where to start? Somewhere between the amazing cuisines, live entertainment, great shopping, and the friendly people are just a few. New Orleans has a flare unlike any city, and it is great to be able to study here as a student and really experience a historic city.
- What is your favorite Loyola or New Orleans event? Why?
“Wolves on the Prowl” is a great event Loyola puts on every year. This is a day where many organizations and students spend their Saturday volunteering in various areas in New Orleans. It is amazing to see the university coming together and as a whole reaching out to the community. The week leading up to “Wolves on the Prowl” is called Loyola week. During this week, Ignatius Loyola is honored and the Jesuits are remembered. There is a different activity every day.
- Have you studied abroad? If so, tell us where & what was your favorite part?
I studied abroad summer of 2010 in Paris, France. I had an amazing experience; I took French classes and two business classes. These classes were very interesting, I got to interact with students from all over the world and I was really able to experience a different lifestyle.
- Tell us more about the organization(s) you participate in on campus?
Aside from Golden Mentoring, I participate in a few other organizations. As senator of the College of Business, I attend Senate session once a week, where we discuss problems and solutions for Loyola. As Pledge Educator for Delta Sigma Pi (a business fraternity), I enjoy aiding the pledges through the process and preparing them for imitation.