Tour Guide at Florida Southern College
Class of 2020
Hometown: Stillwater, MN
In my spare time I like to swim at the pool, run around the beautiful Lake Hollingsworth, or attend free workout classes lead by FSC students! I also enjoy attending campus events such as Winter Wonderland, Southern Takeover, and Farewell Festival!
As a junior at FSC, I have become involved in many organizations, including Southern Ambassadors, FSC’s Student Nurses Association, the National Student Nurses Association, and Greek Life. As a Southern Ambassador, I represent the Florida Southern student body by giving weekly tours and working at Admissions events. As the class of 2020 delegate of FSC’s Student Nurses Association, I promote nursing as a rewarding major to future collegiate students and ensure that members of the class of 2020 are informed of upcoming events. As the treasurer of FSC’s Student Nurses Association, I work in financial planning and ensure that funds remain organized, are spent wisely, and go toward events/organizations that benefit our members as well as the community. Additionally, I am a proud member of Phi Eta Sigma, the National Society for Leadership and Success, and the Society for Collegiate Leadership & Achievement. I strive to promote leadership and academic excellence within these societies.
My favorite class at FSC has been Adult Health 1. In this class, we learned about the anatomy and physiology of different body systems and as nurses how to differentiate normal and abnormal changes that can occur to these systems. There was also a lab and clinical portion to this class, which allowed us to learn skills such as starting IVs and inserting urinary catheters and apply those skills to real-life patients at Lakeland Regional Hospital. As a sophomore taking this class, it allowed me to learn and utilize everyday nursing skills early on in my education.
I chose to attend FSC because of the campus community and high level of education the school has to offer. I first visited FSC as a high school junior, and from the moment I stepped on campus I knew this was the school for me. Every student I talked to was friendly, sincere, and wanting to get to know me. The pride they had from being a Moc was noticeable and contagious, which lead me to want to become one too. Additionally, FSC’s nursing program ensures academic success in the field, as students work with engaged faculty, advanced equipment, and Lakeland Regional Hospital as early as their freshman year. FSC’s pass rate on the NCLEX exam is in the nineties which further proves it is a phenomenal school to study at to become a nurse.