Up until last year, I was working on a dual degree of criminal justice and political science. I liked the political science classes, but realized I loved the criminal justice ones. I plan to go to law school after Texas Wesleyan and focus on corporate law. Crimes of corporations against individuals and giving people a voice are what interest me.
I’m a student worker at Career Services so I’ve used all the services there and that’s really helped me out. I encourage everyone to stop by at least once. It’s never a bad idea to look more professional with resume critiquing or getting help with employment, as a student or in the future.
The people at Texas Wesleyan are really the best assets you can have. I give credit for my success to my friends and professors, some of which are also my friends. I came from a small high school and it was easy to transition into life at Texas Wesleyan. There are a lot of extracurricular activities on campus. I live on campus and there’s always something going on.
“White Collar/Corporate Crime” helped me find a focus, but my favorite class was “Gangsters” with Dr. Gullion. It was an example of why I chose Texas Wesleyan because it was a small class and the student and teacher interaction made for an easy, free flowing atmosphere. It was a very fun class and it’s always good when you can have fun while you’re learning.
“A Knight’s Tale”
“A Wrinkle in Time” by Madeleine L'Engle
PreProfessional Program, Phi Alpha Delta, Lambda Kappa Kappa, Blu Crew