Prospective students and their parents attending The University of Scranton’s Open House on Nov. 4 heard from current students about their experiences at the Jesuit university.
Christian Burne ’14, an international studies and political science double major from Langley Air Force Base, Va., spoke about the circumstances that finalized his decision to attend Scranton. He listed a few qualities such as community and passion, which set the University apart from other schools.
“Students didn’t just go here; they were a part of the University community,” he said, recalling his first visit to Scranton. “The ideals of this community will become a part of you.”
Read the full article on The Scranton Times-Tribune's website. The article was written by Catherine Erbicella ’14, Media, a management major with a minor in philosophy and participant in the Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Honors Program and the Business Leadership Honors Program at The University of Scranton.