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Anna Kallqvist, Class of 2014

Mount Mercy University - Cedar Rapids, IA

Hometown: Stockholm, Sweden

Anna had no idea where she wanted to go after she had graduated high school. Several schools in the U.S. contacted Anna, but after being recruited for golf, she made a visit to Mount Mercy and decided it would be a good fit. “The people here are very friendly and I am very happy with my college choice!”
   

Megan Michalski

Saint Mary's College

Hometown: Traverse City, Michigan

Major: Nursing

Megan attended Saint Francis High School in Traverse City, Michigan. Her hobbies include playing soccer, babysitting and health and fitness. Her future plans are to eventually become a pediatric nurse. She looks forward to the service opportunities at St. “I chose to attend St. Mary's College because I know I will not only develop a strong education, but also a strong relationship with God. Each time I toured the school I noticed that every student was confident and their enthusiasm toward the school was unlike any other school I visited.”
   

Felix Lopez

The Catholic University of America - Washington, DC

Hometown: Buena Park, CA

Major: Philosophy, Pre-Law

“With picturesque scenery, well-designed landscaping and buildings ranging from old stone castle types to modern industrial types, CUA's campus holds plenty of beauty with its rich history. Also, many people, faculty and students alike, share a great hospitable spirit and show a genuine interest in helping one another. Lastly, public transportation is accessible and dependable with the metro stop on campus and the city of Washington, D.C. and all its professional, social, and cultural opportunities at our fingertips!”
   

Kimberleigh Costanzo

Iona College, New Rochelle, NY

Hometown: Bethpage, NY

Major: Philosophy

Minor: Performing Arts Dance, Peace and Justice Studies, and Women's Studies

Kimberleigh Costanzo is an honors student at Iona College and a member of the class of 2014. Kimberleigh chose Iona for its location in the suburbs, proximity to NYC and for the small-school atmosphere.

 

“I love all that Iona has to offer and I take every opportunity to get involved on campus. I am a member of Iona's award winning Mock Trial team, the Edmund Rice Society and a founding member of the Aristotelian Society. I also enjoy giving back and that is why I joined the Iona in Mission (outreach) program. I will be traveling to Zambia, Africa with the group and hope to have an unforgettable experience serving those in need.”
   

Kate Butters

Franciscan University of Steubenville - Steubenville, OH

Hometown: Madison, VA

Major: Nursing

Kate Butters wanted two things out of a college education: an academic foundation that would help her succeed in this life, and a spiritual foundation that would help her succeed in the next. She found both at Franciscan University of Steubenville.

   

Sophia Hengelbrok

Xavier University

Hometown: Berlin, Germany

Major: Undecided

Sophia attended John F. Kennedy School in Berlin, Germany. In her free time she loves to play sports including lacrosse, read, travel, cook and write. She is unsure about what she will study and which career she will choose in the future. She know she wan “I chose Xavier because of its strong academic programs, Jesuit values and warm campus community. While visiting Xavier, I felt at home, which is important to me as I have never lived in the United States before. My father, grandfather and other family members are alumni.”
   

Andrew Jacob

University of Dallas

Hometown: Lewisville, Texas

Major: Physics

Minor: Philosophy

Andrew attended Cistercian Preparatory School in Irving, Texas. He chose the University of Dallas for its extensive core classes and the wonderful sense of community at the school. He enjoys playing the guitar and piano, swimming, reading and playing vide “I don't know exactly what I want to do with my life yet, so I plan to get through college and then decide what to do with the rest of my life. ”
   

Nathan Thornton, Class of 2012

University of Portland; Portland, OR

Hometown: Boise, ID

Major: Nursing

“The University of Portland creates its own community on The Bluff. I compete in Cross Country and Track. Even though we are in a large school division for sports (NCAA Division I), we have the feel of a small school. You can go anywhere on campus and find someone to talk to or hang out with. Classes are small, and your professors want you to succeed. Nothing can be better than getting on a first name basis with a professor and being noticed in a class.”
   

Mariah Meeks

College of St. Benedict/St. John University

Hometown: Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Major: Nutrition/Psychology/Pre-Physical Therapy

Mariah attended Steamboat Springs High School in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. She works at The Boys and Girls Club. She enjoys going to concerts, hiking, baking and hanging out with her  friends. She plans on getting her Nutrition and Psychology degr “I chose College of St. Benedict/St. John because when I was on my visit everything was really comfortable. When I told them about my future plans, they knew how to plan my 4 years to help me reach my goals.”
   

Peter Heuer

Niagara University, NY

“I knew I wanted to attend Niagara as an Education major since I was a sophomore in High School. Niagara's Education program has garnered and maintained the highest respect both nationally and internationally. Academically, there was no questioning my decision. My only fear was that as a commuter, I would miss out on the “college experience”. Niagara, however, has provided me an environment in which I have become both academically and socially involved. Through campus activities and my experience working with Niagara's Radio Station and Theatre Department I have begun new experiences that continue to grow every day.”
   

 

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