I am a senior, Health Services Management major from Cary, North Carolina (15 minutes outside of Raleigh). East Carolina University was my first and only choice for school and I have not regretted my decision since. I love being involved on campus. Some organizations I am a part of are the Future Healthcare Managers of ECU, Pirate-to-Pirate Mentoring, ECU HOSA, and Phi Mu Fraternity. I hold officer positions with both ECU HOSA and Phi Mu Fraternity. I hope you love East Carolina University as much as I do! Go Pirates!
Hey everyone, You know that feeling you get towards the end of the semester where you just feel lethargic (SAT word!)? That is about how I feel right now. All I can see in my mind is my big TV … Continue reading →
Hey everyone! I was sitting at work today wondering what I wanted to blog about. I ended up getting super bored so started exploring my computer when the thought occurred to me, I’ll talk about computers! Most of the time … Continue reading →
Hey everyone! This week is homecoming! It is always such an exciting time of the year for ECU students. Homecoming is a week long event that brings all the students together. This year, our theme was “Shipwrecked in Pirate Nation”. … Continue reading →
Hey everyone! Happy Halloween! This is one of my favorite days of the year! Whether you decide to go out on Halloween or stay in watching scary movies tonight is your decision, but always be sure that you are staying … Continue reading →
Hey everyone! It’s almost the time of year again. Fall Open House for East Carolina University. Open house is a great opportunity to see a school’s campus, learn about the history and culture, and get a personal experience from students … Continue reading →
Hey everyone! For those of you who do know and those of you who do not, this past weekend was Fall Break! For those of you who are new to the concept of Fall Break, it is a break students … Continue reading →
Hello! My name is Jocelyn and I am a senior at East Carolina University. It is hard for me to think of how much time has passed since I first came to school as a freshman; of the memories, I … Continue reading →