Student — Business Administration and Entrepreneurship
Why was SEMO a smart choice for you?
It was cheap and close to my family and connections I had previously had.
What is it that you feel sets SEMO apart when you were making your college decision?
What is your major and how do you feel that program is preparing you for a successful career?
My major is Business Management / Entrepreneurship, the entrepreneurship courses prepared me greatly for the simplicities and also complexities of the start up world. I also found my way into a website / tech startup because of a class tour of codefi, this internship helped me learn more about starting a business more than I could dream of.
Do you have a scholarship?
What is your favorite thing about SEMO?
The Entrepreneurship department and those on the board there. Stovall, Crowley and the others, have done a great job turning nothing into something with the new degrees that are now offered.
Describe SEMO in two sentences.
SEMO is a university that is and is not.
What makes SEMO faculty great?
The Entrepreneurship department is great because of all the hands on projects and real world experiences they offer.
Describe life on campus?
I've never lived on campus but some of the clubs / organizations, such as lighthouse campus ministries has offered a home away from home.
Are you involved in Greek Life, Honors Program or any other student organization, please tell us about that experience and how it has impacted you.
I've had a great time at lighthouse campus ministries and other activities such as SEMO senders and events / competitions that have been challenging and fun. At lighthouse I met a girl who will be my wife this June. With the Semo senders I've had a great time destroying mopeds in backyards and absolutely demoliting jetskis on the Mississippi River. And through competitions I have had wins and losses that have motivated me and boosted my confidence.