It seems like yesterday when I first came to IU. It is still hard to believe that I just finished my undergrad degree in three years.
I remember the start of my college career: My first day of moving into McNutt, meeting my floor-mates and my roommate. My first 200-person class. My first time working 24 hours on a case competition. Each of these special moments make for a fulfilling life as a student, and all of the people I meet inspire or shape me to be a better version of myself.
“The IU experience has opened many doors for me, both academically and personally.”
There are ups and downs to college life, but luckily, I have friends and mentors as a strong support system. They guide me through the difficult times, and they are there to celebrate every milestone I achieve. I appreciate the individuals who change my life and make me who I am today.
The IU experience has opened many doors for me, both academically and personally. Here, I had the opportunity to pursue my passion for marketing and art, and my education led me to my new passion—technology. I decided to graduate early and pursue an IU master’s degree in information systems. This year will be another exciting and challenging adventure for me, and I look forward to continuing to grow.
Grace completed her undergraduate degree in marketing in just three years at the Kelley School of Business. She is now working toward a master’s in management information systems at the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering. She's one of 12 Indiana University students featured in the IU 2020 Series, a four-year documentary film produced by student interns in the Office of the Provost for the IU Bicentennial.