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Be yourself and meet people! Be true to who you are and never forget where you come from. Everyone has their own taste of culture and each is precious so don't lose that about yourself!
Hi future bronco! I'm Hailey M, the fun, fabulous, involved bronco! I am originally from Detroit but my parents decided to move to Romulus just before my freshmen year of high school. In 2009 I graduated from Romulus High School, as president... Go Eagles!
Going into my senior year of high school, I was stuck on a certain school ... until I went on a tour. I became nervous, which never happens to me, and scared of how I would be successful at such a big institution. My teachers, who just happened to be alumni of WMU, encouraged me to come on a campus tour just to see what it was like. Before this, WMU was not on my list of colleges. I came on a tour and instantly fell in love and knew that this was the place for me. I knew that this was a big school, but it surely didn't feel like it. The faculty/staff were generously nice and seemed as if they really cared about my success in college; and they do.
As a communication major, I wasn't really sure what I wanted to be "when I grow up". After being involved as a Student Ambassador, Orientation Student Leader, Fall Welcome Ambassador, First-Year Seminar Instructor, and being Vice President of the student government, it was destined that student affairs was the career for me. I was able to find my passion; in helping others through my various leadership roles on campus. Because of all the diverse groups that I was involved in, I had the opportunity to interact with people from different cultures, backgrounds, and also networked with other students/faculty and people around the Kalamazoo community.