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In their own words...
"My time here has instilled within me a special kind of character, one that only comes as a result of a community geared toward opening your mind... not just filling your mind with more information."
- Blair Garnett, Class of '10, from NC
Forensic Science and Biology

Rebecca Maye

Class of 2012

Zebulon, North Carolina

Academic Major

I am majoring in Forensic Science with a concentration in Chemistry, with a minor in Biology. My career goals are to attend Medical School and complete my two to five years of residency in order to become a Medical Examiner. St. Andrews offers the opportunity to be able to obtain the necessary degrees in the areas of concentration that I need in order to attend Medical School.

Meaningful Experience

The St. Andrews experience that have meant the most to me have been donating and wrapping toys for Toys for Tots by many of us in the honors department, as well as the confidence course at Camp Monroe for the Emerging Leaders class.

Why St. Andrews?

St. Andrews is a community of people seeking to grow intellectually, spiritually, and mentally. It is a safe community where there is always an event or club to participate in. The professors are amazing and are more than willing to work with students concerning any difficulties they may have. Being a part of St. Andrews is being a part of a loving, fun, mind-stimulating family.

Extracurricular Activities

  • Campus Crusade for Christ

  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes
  • General Honors Program Participant
  • Green Club Member
  • Women's Bible Study

In the community, I am involved with Bingo Night at Scotia Village, the retirement village located right down the road from St. Andrews, and I also attend Stewartsville Baptist Church located about five minutes away from St. Andrews. 

St. Andrews Faculty

Dr. Bushoven, the professor of politics and the director of the honors program is my boss for work-study. He is truly a knowledgeable man. He challenges his students to see beyond what is at the surface of literary works as well as the events occurring in our everyday lives. As a member of the honors community, I have been fortunate enough to experience this type of depth of thinking firsthand. As his work-study, I have been challenged to take initiative and have been exposed to the work done by professors daily in order to prepare for class.  



Members of Campus Crusade for Christ participating Bible Study in Knight Life.

This was taken during a rainy outdoor science experiment!

Chelsea Taylor and I

at one of the Religion and Science

Round Table Events.


Learning a variety of dances from professional dance instructors.

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