Kate Gonczy

Kate Gonczy '18

Major: Biochemistry
Hometown:Strongsville, Ohio

Taking classes outside of your major shows future employers and schools that you care about your education as a whole and that you’re not just checking pre-requisites off of a list.

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If you have been admitted for the fall semester, a detailed checklist is available below, please refer to the checklist that applies to you.

  First-Year Students Checklist

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  International Students Checklist

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  Transfer Students Checklist

  • If you have attended another college or university full-time and are now transferring to be a student at Mount Union, please use this checklist.

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    By Rachel Brumenschenkel ’18

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