I have a B.S. in Mass Communication, 2007, from Texas Wesleyan University. I was Guardian of the Golden Shears and am an alumnus of Zeta Xi chapter of Kappa Alpha Order.
Being a coach for four years during college, I feel, has helped me to better understand the kids that apply to Texas Wesleyan and allows me to address the questions and concerns of today's high school student.
Why Come to Wesleyan? At Texas Wesleyan, every student matters. Each student is presented with the opportunity to engage in dialogue with professors both in and out of the classroom. It is because of these opportunities and the reality of personal, one-on-one interaction with professors that I found Texas Wesleyan to be the institution most suited to my needs.
What Makes Wesleyan Special to You? My favorite event on campus is the Robing Ceremony. It is an experience unique to Texas Wesleyan, and, like the school itself, is very cozy and very personal for each student involved. Further demonstrating the bond that students and professors commonly find with each other, this ceremony is just one more way to recognize the outstanding faculty and staff who make a daily impact on the lives of their students.
Favorite Things You Like to Do When I'm not working, you can find me watching/playing pretty much any sport under the sun. I'm a huge Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers fan. Besides sports, I enjoy working out and running, reading, playing guitar, going to see live music, expanding my ever-growing DVD collection and trying not to take life too seriously. Lastly, I'm a sucker for a good Mexican food restaurant.
Favorite Movie or Book If I had to pick only one movie to watch over and over again, I think I would have to go with the original Ghostbusters. My favorite book is a childhood book by Maurice Sendak called Where The Wild Things Are.