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Arnold School of Public Health

Laurynn Jeter

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Involvement on Campus: During my past three years in college, I have joined organizations such as Savvy, the Association of African American Students (AAAS), and Student Christian Fellowship (SCF).  I have also served as a Multicultural Assistance Peer Program (MAPP) Mentor and as the Public Relations Chair for SCF.  In Spring '21, I was initiated into the Theta Gamma Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. the first African American sorority founded.  Currently I serve as the Vice President for the National Pan Hellenic Council (NPHC) and as the Technology Chair for the Theta Gamma Chapter. 

Why you chose to pursue your degree within the ASPH: Initially, I applied for the Biology program at the university with desires to become a physical therapist.  However, after learning about the Exercise Science program and its curriculums, I decided that the Exercise Science major had courses that were more aligned with my career choice.

Advice for future students: Take every opportunity that is presented to you, you never know where it might lead you. 

Challenge the conventional. Create the exceptional. No Limits.