Noah Ramos

Communication Disorders
Minor in Music

Fellow graduates, Thank you for the moments and memories that I've had at Southern. I want to give a special shoutout to the office of student involvement, all the student-clubs, and organizations for making my time at Southern amazing. Besides academic learning, you all helped me learn what it takes to be a leader in different areas and how to expect more out of our community. Whether it was 4 years or more, through the grace of God we made it through our undergraduate degree years and now onto graduate/doctoral school or career in your field. Don't forget to tell others what you have learned. One day, when we have our reunion, we'll all have kids and stories to tell each other of the class of 2020.

Favorite Time at SCSU

My favorite part of my time at SCSU was the years I was active and leading in the Greek Life Community as a part of Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity. I have learned so much about not conforming to the world around me. My time here taught me how to be confident in sharing my faith with others, and it gave me the motivation to continue working in the community and making this world a better place through the motto "Faciamus," meaning "We do."

What are you going to miss the most, and what are you looking forward to the most?

I'm probably going to miss the sense of community and support from so many friends among different departments and organizations the most. In addition, I will miss having the support of a college community to help me figure out where I belong and where I can get support no matter the need. I look forward to my future as a missionary, practicing bold and unashamed faith as a part of Circuit Rider Experience! #CarryTheLove

Advice to Incoming Students

The advice I give to incoming students is to find where you feel most accepted, but don't forget to go outside your comfort zone academically, socially, and spiritually. Challenging yourself in a safe place promotes growth, and through growth we create habits that produce a character that you'll carry for the rest of your life.

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