I chose WSU because it felt like home the moment I came to visit. I am a third generation at WSU and being a coug was in my blood. I wanted to be a part of a school that has a strong school spirit, greek life, football team, and a strong Speech and Hearing Sciences Program.
My advisor, Alicia Woodward, is the kindest, most organized, and caring person I have ever met. She has been by my side since the day I met her. She is inspiring with her dedication and passion for her students who she assists. She has responded to all of my emails in a timely manner, we have had many zoom calls over the past 3 years, and she helped me organize all the classes I need to graduate on time. She is not just an advisor but she has become a friend, I would not be where I am with out her.
What is special about being a CAHNRS Coug?
There are so many opportunities to get involved on and around campus. It is also a great way to meet other individuals in and outside of your major. I really wanted to get involved as an ambassador because I was one in high school and wanted that same involvement experience. Being a CAHNRS Coug is a great opportunity for scholarships and social involvement, plus it’s super fun!