(Photo courtesy of Gabby Ramirez)
What brought you to Regis?
I went to private catholic schools my whole life. When I was considering my options for college, I wanted to attend a college with a strong faith. I love how Regis doesn’t push religion onto you, but welcomes everyone in. I love the small community and perfect sized classes. I love walking to class every day saying hi to everyone and even my professors! We are like a family here at Regis.
What is your favorite Jesuit Value? Why?
My favorite value is Magis because it means striving for the better. I always want to strive for excellence and do more for the community and around campus. Magis embodies the act of doing more for the better. However, more must mean more for YOU not others. Do what you love and have passion in everything you do.
What is your involvement in the Regis community?
I am the Marketing Director for the Regis Business and Entrepreneurship Club, Vice President of Events for the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, an ambassador for the Student Philanthropy Ambassadors, a part of the RUSGA Marketing and Media Committee, and a volunteer for the Campus Relations Committee.
Why did you choose your major?
I love the art of business. Marketing is the art and psychology of business. It’s so interesting how and why people buy certain brands or even enter certain stores. There is an art and science to it. I love learning about Marketing every day and how to be a better marketer for the Regis Business and Entrepreneurship Club.
What has been your fondest memory at Regis?
I have a lot of wonderful memories here at Regis. I’ve met my best friends here and my soulmate. I love being a part of the community and waking up every day at this beautiful school.
Is there anything else you would like the Regis community to know?
If you want to be more involved at Regis, support your clubs and club sports! Do what you love and remember to focus on what YOU want to do for your future. Appreciate the simple things because college years fly! Enjoy your classes and learn as much as possible, even if they aren’t associated with your major. Be open to try new things and step outside your comfort zone. Remember to be thankful and grateful for your family, friends that are there for you every step of the way.
Samantha Jewell Social Media Editor