Advice for new Multnomah students
Get involved! Participate in campus events, get to know your professors, be a part of student leadership — it will have a huge impact on your time here.
Favorite book of the Bible
It’s a tie between Isaiah and Colossians.
The countries I've lived in or visited
Austria, Canada, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia
Favorite places to eat out
Favorite thing to do in Portland
I spend a lot of time at Mt. Tabor — it’s so close to campus and it’s beautiful! I also love perusing all the little shops and restaurants on Hawthorne, Freemont, Alberta, and NW 23rd.
Why I chose Multnomah
Choosing to attend Multnomah was such big a step of faith for me. I came right out of high school and hadn’t spent much time outside of the farmlands of central Illinois. I was excited about the prospect of starting a new adventure in a totally fresh setting and I loved the emphasis that was put on knowing the Bible. My time spent in the classroom, as well as the community I experienced while a student here, greatly shaped me into the person I am today.
The talent I wish I had
I wish I had serious dancing talent. I have all the confidence in the world, just none of the moves to back it up...granted, that doesn't stop me from trying. Also, graphic design/videographer skills. Right now WordArt and iMovie are about as advanced as it gets.