Criminal Justice, Political Science, and Sociology
Being the daughter of a former Bulldog, red and black has run through my veins from a very young age. I have always heard that UGA was the best school in the nation, but because of SAC I have been able to experience it first-hand. SAC has given me the opportunity to not only be a student at UGA, but to be a part of its rich history. SAC has equipped me with immeasurable skills and opportunities that have been beneficial to my future. In addition to being on SAC, I am also the co-founder of the Undergraduate Black Student Law Association and a captain of the UGA Mock Trial Team. When I am not working on my Criminal Justice, Political Science, and Sociology degrees, I am mentoring young students at a local elementary school. I also enjoy playing volleyball, reading, and watching Batman.
Originally, when asked “Why UGA?”, I could not decide between the rich culture, fascinating history, academic enrichment, lively football games, Hairy Dawg, or the diverse student body, but as I transition into my final year I know that it is because of SAC. SAC has provided me with family, tradition, and a lifelong culture of giving. SAC constantly reminds me that many former bulldogs have come before me to help pave the way for me, and has given me the tools to pave the way for future bulldogs. SAC has entrenched in me the importance of giving back to a campus and university that has given so much to those before me, myself, and the many that will come after me. The most important thing that SAC has taught me is that the bulldog nation is more than just an association of UGA graduates, it is a family that depends on each other generation after generation, because once a bulldog, always a bulldog.