Looking Back: Amazing Organizations and Inspiring People

When I was in high school, I looked forward to my senior year. I was excited to be a part of all the high school senior events and to move on and go to college. Now, four years later, I am a senior in college. The differences are outstanding! I am actually incredibly sad to be on my last year of undergraduate. Coming to Texas A&M was one of the best decisions I ever made. I have been able to be a part of some amazing organizations, where I have met inspiring people.

Pre-vet society has given me tips and opportunities to hear about my future career. My faith has grown stronger as I have served as an Aggie Catholic Ambassador and helped to raise funds for St. Mary’s Catholic Church. Being an Aggie Student Network Ambassador has given me the opportunity to hear so many amazing Aggie stories and to share my own. I have sat next to billionaire donors of Texas A&M, and I have met the oldest Aggie still living.

As a Biomedical Sciences Ambassador, I have been able to learn all about the veterinary school I hope to one day attend myself. I have been able to meet prospective students who I see myself in and former students who graduated and went on to work in the veterinary field.

The people I have met along the way have encouraged me and have inspired me to be a great Aggie. I received my Aggie ring back in September, and I would be lying if I said that I didn’t cry a little.

It has been a great three years so far, and I am so excited to see what my senior year holds for me. To prospective students that are looking at coming to Texas A&M University, I always encourage them to apply. This university has so much to offer to anyone who wishes to be an Aggie!