When I was looking at colleges, I was really impressed with the small classes and campus at Texas Wesleyan and its great religion department. It’s a great place to get personal attention and the campus has a community and family feeling.
I’ve always been interested in religion and the more time I spend studying it, the more I get interested in it. I’m not sure if I will work in a church or teach yet, but I do know that I would like to attend graduate school after my degree from Texas Wesleyan. Being involved in PreProfessional helps prepare you for graduate school—it lets you know what you are getting into. You can take practice tests and hear from experts in different fields.
The Shawshank Redemption
How (Not) to Speak of God by Peter Rollins
I like any music except country.
Omega Chi, Kappa Alpha Order, Golden Shears, PreProfessional, student-worker in Office of Grants and Research, trombone player in Music Department concerts, Texas Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church intern
President’s Scholarship, Jack and Jo Willa Morton Scholarship Endowment for Christian Ministries