Mma, an exercise and wellness major, was impressed by how applicable the courses in her major are to the workplace and everyday life. Barrett, The Honors College also attracted her because she wanted the best of both worlds: a highly intellectual honors experience and a school filled with endless scholastic and extracurricular opportunities.
While at ASU, Mma volunteered as a Health Devil, a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS), a Relay for Life team captain and a member of the Barrett Club at the Polytechnic campus.
Her advice to current pre-health students? "Get involved. Join clubs that interest you and join an e-mail list-serve to learn about things such as guest speakers, test preparation, volunteer and internship opportunities. Most importantly, do not be afraid to ask for help. There are many friendly faces willing to give you a hand."