Three Scholars chosen for UofL's Student Orientation Staff
Scholars Ocey Holland (’18), Anna Cecile Pepper (’18) and X'Zashea Lawson-Mayes ('18) have been selected as new members of the University of Louisville's Student Orientation Staff. Scholar Jeremy Ball (’17) will return for his second year in the new student development program.
Student Orientation Staff members represent the university in the summer orientation process for new students. Selected based on their exemplary leadership potential and commitment to the university, SOSers serve as assistants to the UofL staff with the planning and implementation of new programs.
Ball is a sophomore studying political science and liberal studies. He was the recipient of the University of Louisville's Outstanding Freshman Award in 2014. Ball graduated from Clay County High School in 2013.
Holland, of Louisville, Ky., studies biology with a minor in political science at UofL. He is a 2014 graduate of Southern High School in Louisville, Ky. Pepper, of Elizabethtown, Ky., is pursuing majors in political science and economics at UofL. She is a 2014 graduate of Elizabethtown High School. Lawson-Mayes, of Cadiz, Ky., is a marketing major with additional studies in pre-medicine and political science. She is a 2014 graduate of Trigg County High School.
The SOS program is directed by Toree Parrish, a 2007 graduate of the McConnell Scholars Program.
By Chloe Zoeller, 2016 McConnell Scholar