Mount Union was a perfect fit for me. It was not too big, not too far from home and Mount Union offers neuroscience as a major, which sounded interesting.
Current Student Spotlight:
Erika Druzina ‘15
Member of women’s soccer, lacrosse, Sophomore Service and Alpha Lambda Delta
MY EXCEPTIONAL STORY
A Perfect Fit
Mount Union was a perfect fit for me. It was not too big, not too far from home and Mount Union offers neuroscience as a major, which sounded interesting. Mount Union also provided the opportunity for me to play sports.
Professors who Care
Dr. Scott Mason of the Department of Chemistry is one of my favorite teachers. In high school, I had a really hard time with chemistry, but he makes it very understandable and now I find it interesting and I actually like it. I never would have thought that I would have chosen chemistry as my minor, since I struggled in it in high school.
More Than a Place to Study
The Kolenbrander-Harter Information Center (KHIC) is the place where I work and study. Even if you’re the kind of person who will never check out a book, going to KHIC is inevitable. Whether you have a job there, printing out a paper, getting help from the Writing Center, studying or a big favorite or visiting the breakfast stand, it’s an important place to know.
Small but Powerful
Mount Union is a small school but there is still a lot to do. Anywhere you go, it’s all about what you make of it, but here at Mount Union, you still get the “college feel” without the overwhelmingly huge university feeling. You are able to have closer relationships with teams, friends, professors and advisors.
After Mount Union
My dream job is to be a dermatologist.