After I graduate, I plan on moving to New York City and auditioning for productions.
In my spare time, I enjoy going to the Berg with my choir friends.
Greatest challenge at MU
Last semester I took 21 hours. I had to be extremely efficient with my time, and the hardest thing was learning to say no to extracurricular activities.
Advice for students with similar disabilities
Balance, balance, balance. Eat well, get plenty of sleep, and find positive ways to express yourself.
Advice for new MU students
Get involved in activities that you are passionate about. Don’t be afraid to stretch your comfort zone, meet new people and experience new things!
How the Office of Disability Services makes a difference
The people who work in the ODS center have been extremely helpful to me every time I’ve gone in with a question or concern about my classes and accommodations. The services they offer have helped me immensely in my time here at MU, and I would encourage any student dealing with any kind of disability or illness to go in and talk with them.
What people should know about my disability
Our society has a negative social stigma about people with mental illnesses. I would like to let people know that it is attainable to lead a normal, healthy and happy lifestyle while having this disorder.
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