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Nicole Adams '11

Bachelor of Arts in Education,
Minor in Sociology
School of Education and Exercise Science
School of Liberal Arts

“As I toured campus, I quickly noticed that everyone seemed to know each other and asked each other sincere questions about how things were going. I wanted to be a part of a campus that felt like family where the people genuinely cared about me and my well-being as a student and as a person too.”

After graduation, Adams plans to work at a non-profit, community-centered organization in the Indianapolis area. “I have learned so much about the world while at Marian University. It has been a diverse experience from my residence halls to my classes. I’ve learned a different way to look at the world. Specifically, my sociology courses have challenged me to see the world in a way most choose not to. Inequalities are everywhere, but we shouldn’t feel like we cannot change that, because we can. There is a way to make a difference, and my coursework has taught me that.”

Originally from Fortville, Indiana, Nicole Adams came to Marian University to study education. From the moment she stepped foot on campus, she could tell how close-knit the community was.

“What I appreciate the most though, is the sincerity of the professors. They’ve always been there for me—not only as great professors that challenge my thinking, but also as awesome mentors that help me see solutions to problems. I can’t wait to use what I’ve learned to make a difference in the world.”


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