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Students of Impact

Emily Doll

“As a senior, I’m excited for my future, but feel like there is still so much for me to learn from Marian University. When I came to campus my freshman year as a 21st Century Scholar, I knew I was supposed to be here even though I didn’t have a clear picture of what my future held. Marian University has opened my eyes and helped me find my calling as a leader. My experiences—both in the classroom and in student organizations on campus—have been more than just developing my academic strengths. I have become a problem solver and a collaborator thanks to the student driven approach to learning adopted by the Byrum School of Business. I am so proud to be a part of this campus community and have loved seeing the changes in the student programs and facilities during my four years here.” – Emily Doll ’16

 

Jarrett Settles (2)As a student-athlete, I knew I had to work harder on and off the field because the expectations were very clear. The coaches and business faculty helped develop my work ethic and have set me up for success.”

Jarrett Settles '16 Major: Business
Hometown: Clayton, Indiana

Denzel CampbellStudents take on critical leadership roles and because of that I’ve been gifted with a foundation for servant leadership. Marian University grows by the students, for the students, with the students.”

Denzel Campbell '16 Major: Psychology and Theology
Hometown: Southport, Indiana

Katie JonesWhile I attended a large high school, I never felt like I had a voice. Coming to Marian University gave me an opportunity to explore leadership and make a difference.”

Katie Jones '16 Major: Biology
Hometown: Carmel, Indiana

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