Integrated Knowledge: Majored in Math and minored in Economics Gained new knowledge in not only math and economics, but also how to incorporate this knowledge in the real world.
These skills include: Communication, Empathy, Recognizing Cultural Differences, and Problem Solving in the Real World.
Lifelong Skills: Along with that knowledge, also learned many new skills that will help me in the future both personally and professionally.
Enduring Values: Time at Carroll has allowed me to build upon my value system - I am now much less likely to make assumptions about new people that I meet, especially when they are of a different culture than my own. I now respect the fact that everybody has their own personal problems going on and that can affect how they act.
Gateway Experiences: While at Carroll, I was able to take a trip to Harlem, NY and volunteer in a middle school. This was a truly unique experience that helped me learn who I am as a person and forced me to reflect on my childhood and how there are many who are worse off.
Looking back on my time at Carroll, it is clear that attending this university has allowed me to become the unique individual I am today. I now have the skills and knowledge needed to succeed now and in the future.