I am a senior Finance major, with a minor in English, and a Certificate in Business and Technical Communication. I am a member of many organizations on campus including the Financial Management Association, Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society, and Gamma Sigma Sigma National Service Sorority. I am a marketing and public affairs intern for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and I am also a bella rep for bevello boutique. I love everything fashion and pop culture and in my spare time I enjoy writing on my personal blog and shopping. I am an out-of-state student from Connecticut and I came to East Carolina University for its beautiful campus and energetic community. I am excited to share with you my experiences at ECU and be one of your liaisons to student life! If you have any questions or comments feel free to email me at email@example.com.
As graduation quickly approaches, I started thinking about my past four years at East Carolina University and how glad I am that I chose to attend ECU. I know when I was your age I wish I had someone to … Continue reading →
Hi everyone and happy spring! As the weather is warming up (sort of) there are lots of fun opportunities on campus for students. Last week I attended the spring career fair. The career fair is open to students of all ages … Continue reading →
The student blog is now featuring profiles of outstanding students we, at the admissions office, think exemplify what it is to be a Pirate. These students come from different backgrounds, are pursuing different majors, and are involved in different student … Continue reading →
All of us at East Carolina received a very exciting surprise this morning. Last night, about an inch or two of snow fell, dusting the beautiful campus. Although snow is surprising on ECU’s campus, the real surprise arrived in our … Continue reading →
Hi everyone! As an upcoming ECU graduate, I am (hopefully 🙂 ) writing from your future! I have just returned to campus for my final semester as a Pirate and it is very bittersweet. (I am sure you can relate … Continue reading →