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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.
Hey everybody! My name is Taranbir Kaur, this is my fourth year working in the office of admissions, and I’m excited to welcome you to the RC! I am a Senior who is currently majoring in Spanish and Social Theory & Practice with a minor in Food. My RC language is Spanish. I love to dance, I’m a part of CSP, SuccessConnects, I was a former Bridge Scholar and a daycare teacher! I also love to travel and got the amazing opportunity to study abroad in South Korea. In the future, I hope to pursue Social Work as my career. I hope I will be able to help you all on your college journey and I can’t wait to meet you!
Hi everyone! My name is PinYi Lee and this is my first year working in the Admissions Office. I’m very much looking forward to being a part of this team and reaching out to prospective RC students like you! I am a sophomore in the RC majoring in Biology, Health, and Society on the pre-med track. I took Spanish in the RC and while I’m still unsure about my plans with the language, I hope to at least minor in it. Outside of the RC, I’m a board member of the Taiwanese American Student Association (TASA), a general member of the American Medical Student Association (AMSA) and Perfect Pair, and a tutor for America Reads! I’m also in the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) of LSA. I would love to shed some light on all that the RC has to offer so please don’t hesitate to ask any questions :)
Hello! My name is Elizabeth Wolfe. This is my first year working in the Admissions Office and I'm so excited to meet and help whoever is interested in the Residential College! I am a sophomore majoring in Creative Writing and Linguistics, and I hope to become a speech pathologist and writer in the future. My RC language was Spanish and while I've completed the language requirement, I still plan on attending coffee hours just for fun. While COVID disrupted many of the plans I had last year, I hope to make up for them by getting involved in several opportunities on campus, such as the RC Review literary magazine and other writing groups, dance classes and maybe a choir too.I am also a part of LSA Scholarships. I look forward to answering your questions and getting to know you!
Hi everyone, my name is Jack Thompson. I’m a freshman looking to study Computer Science with a minor in Entrepreneurship (and possibly music), and this is my first year working for the Residential College Admissions Office. Within the RC, I’m studying Japanese and hope to travel to Japan for a year abroad. In my free time, I love playing jazz saxophone, competing in hackathons, and losing sleep over random shenanigans with my RC friends. Last year, I co-founded a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization called StartHuddle (follow us @starthuddle) that assists young entrepreneurs in the Greater Toledo, OH area. Although I’ve only been part of the Residential College for a short time, I’d be more than happy to answer any questions you may have and get to know everyone who is interested in our program!
Hello, my name is Spencer Hsieh and I am a fourth year student in the RC with French as my RC language. I study history with the LSA and Secondary Education in History/Social Sciences with the School of Education. Student orgs are also a big part of my involvement on campus. While I am no longer the lead for Food Forum, I continue to serve as the Co-director of the Joint Crisis Committee at MUNUM and a Competitive Director at Michigan Esports. This will be my third year working at the Admissions Office and I am looking forward to meeting more people as society gradually re-opens and help students on their college journey!