What’s up Freshmen Rising Scholars, I’m DK, short for my first and middle name, David Kelly. What made me decide to go to UNH may seem awful… It was because I was waitlisted to UMASS Amherst. But in the end, I learned to truly love UNH, and I’m not just saying that because I’m a leader. Part of Rising Scholar’s is communication: among peers, leaders, and the coordinators. Interacting, advising,and working together are all the keys to get by freshmen year.
I enjoyed my freshmen year, and I am determined to do the best to make your year the greatest!
Hi, my name is Crystal and currently, I am junior studying English with a minor in psychology.
I’m originally from Grafton, New Hampshire and come from a low income background and my dream is to pursue a career in writing—in fact one of my essays was published in UNH’s Transitions 2011 edition last year! I chose to come to UNH because I love the campus, the people, and the resources (CFAR being the best of course.) Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or add me on Facebook! The best advice I can give any upcoming freshmen is my favorite quote by Winston Churchill: “if you are going through hell, keep going.”
Hello everyone, my name is David Morejon and I am a Sophomore student majoring in Medical Microbiology. I’m into modern science and technology, and love hearing about new discoveries in these fields. I don’t know exactly what I want to do yet, but I do know that I would certainly like to work in some sort of science lab in the future. As a new student I would say that you should not put ridiculous expectations on yourself. Everyone wants to do the best they can, but take time to adapt to the new college environment before you decide what you can and can’t do. If you need help with any questions feel free to email me at email@example.com. I would be more than welcome to help with anything I can.
Hello everyone, my name is Joel Ford and I am a Sophomore Chemical Engineering Major. I've lived in Maine my entire life and came here to get away from home and broaden my horizons. The only thing to do in Maine is enjoy nature and the outdoors, and that is what I love. Acadia National Park and Baxter State Park are some of my favorite places to escape to. I'm excited to start exploring the White Mountains here in New Hampshire, and I want to venture out west for a change of scenery when I can get the money and time to do so. When I'm here at UNH rather than the wilderness I enjoy a game of pick-up basketball, or you might find me down at the gym working up a sweat. Being a Chem Engineer, I find most of my time doing school work though. I look forward to working with all of you this year! Don't hesitate to contact me about anything, questions or just to talk.
Hi! My name is Stephanie, and I am currently a sophomore here at UNH. I am a biology major on the pre-dental pathway. Freshman year can be tough, so if you have any questions or if you want some tips let me know! I can answer any questions you may have and I hope that you are really excited for school. It is extremely nerve wracking at first, but I promise you will love it!
Hi! My name is Cayla Compton, and I will be a sophomore at UNH next fall. I live in New Hampshire, but I was originally born in Florida, so naturally, I love to travel. I am studying Wildlife Conservation and Biology, and I hope to someday help work with the Endangered Species List to maintain and reestablish wildlife populations across the globe! My real passion lies in African Lions, and I hope to someday travel to Africa to study them. I love being outdoors; camping, hiking, kayaking, canoeing, you name it, i love it! I like to think that I am outgoing, friendly, and give great advice. The best advice I can give is always hold your head up, stay you, and stay true. I love meeting new people, so if you see me around don't be afraid to say hi!
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