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Interested in finding out a bit more about what life is like as a Residential College student? Find out more from the experiences of our RC Admissions Assistants and our RC Ambassadors! RC Admissions Assistants (RC AAs) are an essential part of the RC Admissions Team and may be in touch with you while you explore the RC's options. RC Ambassadors and RC AAs will be on hand during RC Campus Days to give their unique perspectives as current RC-ers.
If you are interested in reaching out to an RC Admissions Assistant and/or an RC Ambassador with questions, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Heyo! My name is Hayden Dahlvik-Graves and this is my second year working with RC Admissions. I’m thrilled to be back and communicating with prospective RCers, although we may not be able to meet in person. I’m a junior here in the RC majoring in Romance Languages and International Studies with a minor in Translation. Outside of my studies, I work with the English Language Institute here on campus to help GSI’s improve their English and teaching strategies. I’m also a member of the international studies pre professional fraternity Sigma Iota Rho and I’m looking to join a few language and culture clubs as the year goes on. I look forward to communicating with you and helping you find some college clarity for the upcoming school year!
Hello, my name is Spencer Hsieh and I am a third year student in the RC with French as my RC language. I am a history major who is also working towards a social science secondary teaching endorsement from the School of Education. I’ve lived at quite a few places: I am a Taiwanese born in Shanghai, and lived in Novi, MI during my high school years, but Ann Arbor is definitely one of the better places. Student orgs are also a big part of my involvement on campus, as I am the Co-director of the Joint Crisis Committee at MUNUM and the captain of University of Michigan Esports’ Rainbow Six: Siege team. Although we are unlikely to meet in person this year, I hope that I can help you with your college decision to the best of my ability and share with you our love of the RC (*^▽^*).
Hello Everyone! My name is Centraya Forbes, and I am a Senior majoring in Psychology with double minors in Crime & Justice and Community Action & Social Change. My RC language focus is Spanish, and I am also a member of the RC program Telling It. Aside from the Residential College, I am a part of the Comprehensive Studies Program. I am currently a mentor and the Social Media Engagement Chair of SIBS, which is a program called Support for Incoming Black Students. I am a general member of the Black Student Union and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. This is my second year working with RC Admissions, and despite a different format this year, I look forward to interacting with all prospective RCers and parents!
Hey everybody! My name is Taranbir Kaur, this is my third year working in the office of admissions, and I’m excited to welcome you to the RC! I am a Junior who is currently majoring in Spanish and Social Theory & Practice with a minor in Food. My RC language is Spanish, and my other RC activities include participating in SLIP! Outside of the RC, I am co-treasury chair in the Sikh Students Association, I love to dance, I’m a part of CSP, SuccessConnects, The Quito Project and I was a former Bridge Scholar! I also love to travel and got the amazing opportunity to study abroad in South Korea. I hope I will be able to help you all on your college journey and I can’t wait to meet you!