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Business Management Organizational Leadership
I am a commuter, orientation leader, heritage leader, and involved in Greek Life. I am pursuing my MBA here at Moravian and hope to one day work for the college.
I chose Moravian because of the history, tradition, academic excellence and the 5 year MBA Program. Most importantly, the college felt like home.
As a rising senior, I am involved with a variety of organizations at Moravian College. I am a Resident Advisor, Haupert Union Building Manager, and a part of the Physics & Mathematics Societies. Moravian College is my home, that is 4.7 miles from my actual home. I came to Moravian College not because it was close, but because I automatically felt a sense of community when I set foot on campus. Moravian College has helped me make life-long friends, and has prepared me for what comes next in my educational journey.
Environmental Economics & Policy, Political Science
Moravian College caught my interest due to their eputation in the liberal arts and especially political sciences. I am involved in track and field, the united student government, political awareness coalition, student trustee to the board of trustees, 26 point ambassador, student athlete advisory committee, and various committees I am invited to be a part of.To be a part of the Moravian family is a unique experience filled with unforgettable memories! .
Forked River, NJ
Moravian is a family that is always excited to open its arms to new people. Currently, I serve as president of the German club, I am the historian of international club, I am a 26 ambassador, and I am also a proud brother of one of Moravian college's greek organizations! There are so many open doors at this wonderful college and it only takes two feet to walk through them. Explore your opportunities and challenge yourself every day!
As a junior in college in addition to my studies, I enjoy serving as VP of Operational Development in my sorority, Alpha Sigma Tau. I am a representative of Moravian Activities Council, Orientation Leader, and I represent my nursing class on UCET, the undergraduate curriculum evaluation team.There are countless opportunities I have had already at my time here- it is unbelievable what you can find to do to have fun, the friends you will make, and the resources you will find in and out of the classroom.
Pre-Law: Sociology with a concentration in Law and Society, Political Science minor
Peace Corps Prep Program
Wilson Borough, PA
Hi, my name is Jessica Buttner and I am studying Pre-Law at Moravian College. I intend to become a Human Rights lawyer post graduation as well as serve in our country's Americorps service program. I am beyond grateful for the opportunities Moravian has provided for me.
I currently serve as the Vice President of Habitat For Humanity, a 26 Point Ambassador, an Student Alumni Representative (STARs) and an Alumni Fellow. I have had life changing experiences at Moravian that I would not change for the world!
In finding Moravian College I had found activities that I could get involved in like being a 26 points ambassador, a softball student manager, a brother in a fraternity, and many more activities on campus. I enjoy being outside when I am not studying mostly to hike and snowboard. When I graduate I would like to be a labor and delivery or critical care nurse.
I chose to come to Moravian College because it was such a close knit community. When I walked onto campus everyone was so welcoming and greeted me with warm smiles and hellos. It gave me a sense of comfort and I knew I found my home for the next four years. Moravian has offered me many experiences and opportunities since I have been here. I've had chances to join amazing clubs and build friendships that will last a lifetime.
Environmental Policy and Economics
Aside from being a 26 Point Ambassador, I am also involved in Greek Life, Residence Life, and Colleges Against Cancer on campus. This summer, I worked on a SOAR project with Bethlehem City Council to begin developing a municipality climate action plan. I am now working on an Honors Project this year based on my SOAR project. I came to Moravian College because I liked the small school environment and I loved the campus. This was the only college I could see myself attending while on my college search. I will be sad to graduate this year, but I look forward to the future with all of the tools and skills that Moravian has given me!
Neuroscience, Concentration in Cellular Neurobiology
After shadowing with local physicians, I quickly realized that my true passion is medicine and I am now majoring in neuroscience. Aside from being a 26 Point Ambassador, I enjoy my roles as a resident advisor, lab teaching assistant, president of the Pre-Health club, and Student Alumni Representative. I came to Moravian because I felt the community was supportive and welcoming. As a prospective student, everyone on campus went out of their way to answer any questions I had.
Spanish and Health Science Major with Occupational Therapy Track
On campus I work at the Payne Gallery as an art gallery attendant, I am a 26 Points Ambassador, and a Resident Advisor for Jo Smith. Once I become an occupational therapist I hope to work with children and use animal therapy in my practice. I chose Moravian College because it really is a home away from home.
Communication Sciences & Disorders
Aside from being a 26 Point Ambassador, I am a student worker in the Office of Admissions, a HUB manager, a member of The Comenian and a member of Tri Beta. I came to Moravian because of how accepted I felt here. I love the size of campus, how close the students and faculty are. Coming to Moravian was easily one of the best decisions of my life.
Marketing and Psychology
I came to Moravian because I felt at home here when I toured. Everyone was really friendly and the community felt very supportive. Being a double major has kept me busy and I am so glad I made the choice to become a greyhound. In addition to being a 26 point ambassador, I work in Admissions and Reeves Library, serve on the 26 points council, Amrhein Investment, and Women's choir.
General Science and Secondary Education
Over the past four years, I have been involved with our college's cross country and track team. Being apart of these teams allowed me to create long-lasting friendships with the other men and women, along with the coaching staff. I work at two Admissions Reception desk, helping prospective students tour and learn about Moravian College.
Health Science Major on the Pre-Physical Therapy Track
One of the reasons I love Moravian is because of how easy it is to get involved in different clubs and activities. I started off my career here in The 1742 experience and from there on out I continued to get more involved. Aside from being a tour guide, I am also President of the Moravian College Equestrian team, a member of Habitat for Humanity, an Orientation leader, and a Heritage Day leader. I am also very excited to be pursuing a Physical Therapy major.
I enjoy being involved in many activities and Moravian has allowed me to do this and be successful in every aspect. I am a member of the Moravian College softball team where I have been a captain since my sophomore year. I am also President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee andI am an active member of Soc Club and Habitat for Humanity.
When I stepped on the Moravian College campus, I knew this was the place I would spend the next four years of my life. The community of Moravian is unlike any other school that I looked at and I knew this was the right decision for me.
I came to Moravian with the passion of math and science. I enjoyed physics in high school so I was looking into a school that would support this passion. When I sat in a physics class here, I knew this was the school for me and for my major. I fell in love with the school and with the students here at Moravian. I felt a part of a community and I felt like I belonged.
On campus, I am involved in the 26-points council and am a member of Greek Life. I also hold jobs in the mailroom, the admissions desk, as well in the Bookstore. Some other things I am involved in is the Amrhein Investment club and intramural sports.
Self Designed - Gender Theory
Once arriving at Moravian, Miles joined for the LGBT+ student club Spectrum and became their QPOC Coordinator, where he with other diverse clubs on campus to make intersectional events. He chose Moravian College because of the diverse and respectful attitude the campus displayed during his first visits. In Miles’s free time he enjoys performing with the Greyhound Marching Band as part of the color guard and volunteering at the Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center. His long term goals include obtaining a Masters in Psychology or Counseling in order to become a therapist specialized in LGBT+ issues.
I came to Moravian College because I loved the accessibility and beauty of the small campus. I knew that I wanted to change peoples' lives and to serve them, so I started out to become a nurse. Just over three years later, I'm almost there, and I'm certain that Moravian's nursing department has prepared me for a career in making that commitment to changing lives. It's been a pleasure to discover what I am passionate about, and it's been exciting to find people who share those passions.
Candidate for Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Bachelor of Arts in Economics
My name is Emily Reiter. I am a current undergraduate student looking to gain experience and insight in the areas of insurance, finance, and sales. I am a positive, hardworking individual who is excited at the prospect of learning new skills. I am involved in various organizations on campus, including Twenty-Six Points. I am a Resident Advisor, a Writing Fellow, a member of the United Student Government, and the Finance Assistant of the Alpha Sigma Tau sorority. I am also a peer tutor and previously served as a Teacher’s Assistant. This past summer, I interned at the J F Wolf Insurance Agency.
Upper Mount Bethel, PA
4x Tennis Letter Winner, Army Reserve winner for sportsmanship, hard work, commitment, and dedication in the Lehigh Valley Colonial League. 2016 Lehigh Valley Scholar Athlete, Tennis Instructor BAHS, Lead Choreographer & Director of "The Little Approach" cancer research benefit production, Moravian 26 Point Ambassador, Moravian Vice President of All Choirs, 3x Freddy Award Nominee, Dancer, Leading Actress of Country Gate Players, Classically Trainer Vocalist, featured for 3 seasons at Carnegie Hall. The attitudes of the faculty and students were ultimately the seller for me to pick Moravian. This is such a beautiful school with professors and faculty who are truly one of a kind.
Over my four years being at Moravian College, I have gotten involved in a lot on campus in many different facets. I have been on the Men’s Cross Country and Track. I am brother of Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, President of the Environmental Coalition, a Student Alumni Representative. I am man of many hats and I call this campus my second home. But, my advice to any prospective hounds is to get involved and make this campus your home. This college has shaped me into a better person to serve my community.
Once a hound always a hound.
I chose to go to Moravian because I knew that I would be able to be myself in the small school environment. Now, I am the treasurer of the Moravian Activities Council, an Orientation Coordinator, and I work in the Admissions office. In addition, it is close to home, so I am able to have the best of both worlds: going to College and staying close to home!
Business Management, Organizational Leadership
I chose Moravian because of the close knit community vibes when I came to tour. I've been in USG since the spring semester of my freshman year and I was elected as Vice President during my sophomore year. I am also the President of MAC (Moravian Activities Council). I work in Admissions as a tour guide and serve on several college governance committees. Anyone that knows me knows that my passion is Moravian and I'm always trying to make it as great as it can be! Hound 'em!
Psychology and Management, focus in Industrial Organization
Currently in my senior year of attending here I am the President of the United Student Government and Council Chair of 26 Point Ambassadors. These leadership opportunities have allowed me to grow, challenge myself, and ultimately find where my deepest passions lie. I have been a part of committees to provide student input and participated in candidate selection meetings across campus— this has always shown me how much a student’s voice means to this campus. I have experienced so many things on this campus that have shed light on my strengths, areas of improvement, and have always proved to me that everyone is here to support me in my endeavors.