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  • Hometown: Sayreville, NJ
  • Universities and Degrees: B.S. - Business Administration (Finance) from The College of New Jersey ‘10, M.A. – Counseling in Higher Education: Concentration in Student Affairs Practice from University of Delaware ‘12
  • What are some things that make you unique? My outlook on life.  I usually try to treat everything as a new experience, because it actually is. Even if situations are similar, they are never actually the same.  I try to stay positive in everything I do.  “Stay gold”.
  • What is your advice to incoming freshman? Get involved.  Whatever that means for you.  Club or intramural sports. Research. Internships. An on-campus job. Greek Life. Residence Hall Association.  Residence Life. Hall programming.  Do something to get involved, connected, and engaged around campus.  One of the most important things you will do during college is find what you are passionate about and find ways to connect that to your daily life.  If you can do that, you’ll be fine.  Learn to study.  Even if you didn’t have to in high school you will need to get in the habit now.  Meeting with your professors can also go a long way.
  • What is your advice to outgoing upperclassmen? Even though you are finishing up here, don’t think everything is over.  You can still try new things after this.  And if you need to start over in a new path, that’s okay too.  It’s never too late.  Also, stay connected to UTC.  Find ways to give back and get connected to the new classes coming through.  Even if you just come to Homecoming each year or make small donations, that can make a huge difference for the future classes.
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