Student Orientation Leaders

Student Orientation Leaders

Kaitlyn Globosits - Orientation Leader

Hometown:

Whitehall, PA

High School:

Whitehall High School

Major:

Accounting & Management

Class Year:

Junior

Residence:

Flood Hall

E-mail:

kaitlynglobosits@kings.edu

Activities:

Orientation Leader, Admissions Ambassador, Campus Activites Leader, Class of 2015 Representative, Extra Ordinary Minister of Holy Communion, Dining Services Employee

Favorite Quote:

"Success means having the courage, the determination, and the will to become the person you believe you were meant to be" – George Sheehan

3 Favorite Things about King's College:

  • Family: At King's you meet some amazing people who truly become your family. Your roommates, friends, teammates, administration, faculty, and staff are always there for you.
  • Opportunity: King's has so many wonderful opportunities. These opportunities will be sure to help you grow into a successful individual by the time you graduate. "King's teaches you not only how to make a living, but how to live."
  • Activities: There is always something going on at King's! Whether it be Campus Activities sponsoring events like the Homecoming Dance or Student Government organizing a great Student Appreciation Day, students always have a good time!

Advice for an incoming student:

GET INVOLVED! King's has so much to offer. Take the time to join clubs, sports, or various organizations. It is a great way to make friends and memories that will last a lifetime! These next four years are going to fly by, make sure you cherish every moment of it!

 


 

Eric Grego - Orientation Leader

Hometown:

Bear Creek, Pennsylvania

High School:

Coughlin High School

Major:

Secondary Education/History

Class Year:

Senior

Residence:

Off-Campus

E-mail:

ericgrego@kings.edu

Activities:

Orientation Leader, Campus Activities Leader, Student Government Vice-President, Student Aide-Human Resources

Favorite Quote:

"Success isn't how far you got, but the distance you traveled from where you started." Steve Prefontaine

3 Favorite Things about King's College:

  • School Size- King's College is the right sized school for me. It is a nice feeling walking to class and saying hello to all of your friends and professors. You would not have this type of atmosphere at a larger school.
  • Activities- Every weekend you will have the chance to experience new activities around King’s. The activities will be sponsored by Campus Activities, Student Government or even by the city of Wilkes-Barre. These activities are fun and exciting and you meet new students.
  • The Opportunities- Because of King’s sponsored trips I was able to travel around the country and meet new and exciting people. These opportunities exist because of the endless possibilities that King’s offers to all students.

Advice for an incoming student:

Get outside of your comfort zone. Freshman year I did not go outside of my comfort zone and it was tough to meet new people. Once I got outside of my comfort zone I was then able to get involved with Campus Activities and Student Government. Because of that I have met and worked with so many great people. Go outside your comfort zone whether it is in the student section at our basketball games or singing at King’s Idol. Make these four years memorable!

 

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