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Becky Kuhlman

Events and Communication Coordinator

Becky Kuhlman

Becky is from Indianapolis and graduated from Franklin Central High School. For her undergraduate education, she attended Marian University and graduated in May 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a minor in Political Science.

What is your favorite place on campus?
Outside of Stokely Mansion there is a particular place where you can stand and see a clear shot of the downtown Indy skyline.

What do you like best about Indianapolis?
I love the Indianapolis Canal Walk. The 3-mile loop takes you through downtown Indy, past the NCAA Hall of Champions and Indiana State Museum, and alongside the White River Gardens. Even though it is located in the heart of a downtown city, the Canal Walk always seems to quiet and peaceful.

Who would you rather have for a roommate—a zombie, a vampire, a gremlin, or bigfoot?
Bigfoot because I would never have to worry about him/her borrowing my shoes. 

Where would you most like to visit?
I love the Caribbean islands. St. Maarten is next on my bucket list! I will be visiting there in 2017.

What is a favorite memory of your time at Marian University?
All of my Communication classes with Dr. Kyle, Dr. George, and Dr. Zimmerman made for some unforgettable memories! Marian has such wonderful faculty and staff that are here to support the students.

What advice would you offer to incoming freshmen?
Become best friends with your professors and advisor. Making connections and networking early puts you on a successful track for post-graduation.

What is one question that every student should ask during the college search?
Always ask the student to professor ratio. It is important that you feel you are able to get the individual attention you need to succeed.  

 

Contact Becky:
317.955.6565 - direct line
800.772.7264 - toll free
bkuhlman@marian.edu

 

 

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