Peer Advisor Biographies
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Hello! Welcome to Home of the Cardinals. I'm glad that you have decided to make U of L your home for the next four years.
I'm a Junior Psychology major, born in Louisville, KY. I'm glad that I did not have to travel far to find a new place to call home. U of L is a welcoming campus and I couldn't be happier anywhere else. After my three years on this campus, my biggest piece of advice for new cardinals would be to invest your time into your university. As a cardinal, you are a part of the campus community, so be sure to give back to it and invest your time and skills into it. This is where you will sleep, eat, learn, and work.
So live it up! Get involved! This will keep you connected to campus and will have a positive impact on you inside and outside of the classroom. I've been involved in everything on campus, from housing to mentoring programs.If you'd like help getting involved, shoot me an email! My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello everyone, let me be one of the many to welcome you to the University of Louisville!
I want to congratulate you on becoming a Cardinal. I am a senior looking into Architecture or Hospital Administration. I was born and raised right here in Louisville. I love going to Churchill Downs, Bardstown Road, and the Waterfront. Whenever I am not cheering on the cardinals (no matter what sport), I like to play intramurals and hang out with friends.
The biggest piece of advice I could give a freshman student would be to explore the available organizations and get involved in an organization you are passionate about; if there isn't one, create it!
if you ever have a question, my email address is email@example.com
Hey, everyone and welcome to da VILLE! I am extremely happy with the decision you have made to come to University of Louisville.
I am a senior Biochemistry and Math major with a minor in finance and am originally from Danville, KY.
I am a die-hard Cardinal fan and coming to this university was the best decision of my life.
I am here to help make your college experience the best it can possibly be!
I have become involved in all areas of campus life over my three years so whatever your interests are, let me know and I'll help you find your spot on campus.
Feel free to contact me to answer any questions you might have firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to the University of Louisville!
Hey Cardinal fans - welcome to the University of Louisville!
I'm a senior here at U of L. I am originally from Florence,Ky. I am a Justice Administration major with a minor in Communications. I also hope to attend graduate school here at U of L.
A couple of hints:
1) If you do not know what you want to major in don't feel pressured into choosing a major right when you step through the doors. You can declare your major in your sophomore year (with help from your advisor), so don't stress over that.
2) Get involved in any way possible here at Louisville. You will meet people that will be your friends for the rest of your life and it will make your college experience more worthwhile.
Never be afraid to ask for help from your peers or from your wonderful advisors!
I'm looking forward to meeting you and can't wait for you to become a part of the Cardinal family! Peace, love, and Cardinals!
If you ever have any questions feel free to contact me at email@example.com
Hey, Hey, Hey! My name is D'Ante. I am a Junior in Communication and I hope to pursue a career in Public Relations.
Welcome everyone to the University of Louisville, home of the CARDS!
Welcome Cardinals, to the University of Louisville!
Welcome to the University of Louisville!
Hey all and welcome to the University of Louisville!
My name is Jyler Donovan and I am originally from Lexington, KY.
Although I grew up there, I have never been and will never be a UK fan. In fact, I am a die-hard Cardinal basketball and football fan!
I am a senior Womens and Gender Studies and Pan-African Studies double major, though it has been a long, exciting journey to get here!
In my six years out of high school, I have attended two different higher education institutions, spent a year working away from school, and changed my major more times than I can count. All that is to say that its alright if you dont have your plan nailed down exactly from the first day that you step on campus. Youll find tons of people at U of L, including me, who would love to help you on your journey!
If you have any questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey all, Welcome to the University of Louisville!
I am going to be a junior majoring in Cultural Anthropology and minoring in Spanish, Forensic Anthropology, and Psychology.
I am from Cold Spring, a small town in Northern Kentucky. When I came to Louisville, I immediately felt at home. Even though it is a large school, the campus feels small and welcoming.
The transition from high school to college can be difficult, but my best advice would be to get involved as much as possible. The more involved you are the more opportunities you have. It can be scary going to an organization or function for the first time, but you have to remember, every person who is there went through the same thing as you.
Some of my favorite things about the University of Louisville are spring days on campus, intramurals, cheering on the Cards, and the library, surprisingly it can be fun.
At UofL there is something for everyone! I cannot wait to see you all around campus :).
Contact me anytime at email@example.com
Welcome to the University of Louisville!
I am going into my senior year majoring in Psychology and was born and raised right here in Louisville. I love U of L so much that I plan on sticking around for another four years in graduate school!
The transition from high school to college can be overwhelming but fear not cardinals! This university is full of opportunities to get involved on campus as well as in the community, and of course to get a great education!
Everyone has a place here and I encourage each of you all to take full advantage of your college career.
I am looking forward to meeting you all and want to help make your college experience as great.
Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for anything!
Hey ya'll! Welcome to U of L.
I am a SUPER senior (5th year) here at U of L majoring in Marketing with two minors in Management and Sport Administration.
I am from the Dallas/Ft. Worth area of Texas and plan on returning to the Lone Star State after I graduate!
Coming to a college campus can be a difficult transition but with all the opportunities U of L has to offer, there is definitely an opportunity for you to make your mark. From leaving home to deciding between majors, I can definitely relate all of my personal experience to aid in your own decision-making.
There are a ton of resources to help you through your first year on campus!
Dont ever hesitate to ask questions, because its better to know than to miss an opportunity!
Feel free do contact me at email@example.com about anything!
"Hello new Cardinals! Allow me to be one of the first people to welcome you to the University of Louisville. My name is Nick Jackson and although I began as a Biology major, I currently am double-majoring in Finance and Accounting. I was born in Cleveland, OH, but lived the majority of my life in the small town of Ashland, KY. One thing I particularly love about the University of Louisville is that your possibilities are endless! You can become anyone you want to be if you set your mind to it. Take advantage of opportunities that are given to you. I'm excited to meet each and every one you!
Feel free to contact me at any time! Go CARDS!!
Hey everyone!! Welcome to U of L!! I am a junior majoring in Political Science and minoring in Business Administration and Economics. I am originally from Louisville, and I would not trade my time at U of L for anything. I love intramurals, spending time with friends, and watching sports. I think getting involved on campus is the best way to get the most out of college, so I would definitely suggest exploring involvement possibilities. There are so many opportunities on campus including different organizations, sporting events, intramurals, student government, Greek life, and so much more!! Transitioning from high school to college is a huge step, but I promise the memories and friends you will make here will last for a lifetime. Do not ever be afraid to ask questions or get advice if you need it because more than likely other people have wondered the exact same thing.
Feel free do contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, I would love to hear from you!!! =D
Hello everyone, and welcome to the University of Louisville!