Name: Morgan McIntosh
Anticipated Year of Graduation: 2018
Hometown: Palatine, Ill.
Campus and Community Involvement: Women’s Lacrosse Team; Zeta Tau Alpha Merchandise Chair; Psi Chi (psychology honor society)
What about Franklin College was most appealing to you when you were making your college choice?
“I really liked that I could be involved on campus without feeling overwhelmed. Franklin makes it possible for me to get a great education, participate in collegiate athletics and be involved in Greek life.”
What has been your most rewarding experience at Franklin?
“Personally, my most rewarding experience has been being a part of the Franklin family. I’ve gotten to know so many amazing people that will help me every step of the way.”
Why did you choose to major in psychology?
“I decided to major in psychology to gain a better understanding of how people think and act. I added minors in business and leadership to help purse a future career in human resource management. By adding those minors I felt I would have a better understanding of the management role in business.”
How has your Franklin College education set you apart from students attending other colleges?
“Franklin has given me an edge by helping me develop connections with my peers, faculty and alumni. The professional development classes are really beneficial for students by gaining experience with professional skills that are needed for life outside of college.”
What is your favorite Franklin College memory?
“My favorite memory is being part of Franklin College’s first women’s lacrosse team my freshman year. It was a neat experience to play in the team’s first varsity match versus Capital College.”
For more information about what a degree from Franklin College can do for you, contact the Office of Admissions at (800) 852-0232.