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Student Spotlights


Pro Golf and Biostatistics: Caleb VanArragon ’23, ’24 M.S., Meets Graduation With Countless Open Doors

From the natural progression of Caleb VanArragon’s ’23, ’24 M.S., golf career, it would seem like he was born with a golf club in his

Olivia Brown ’23, ’24 MBA, Makes a Name For Herself On and Off The Court

Thinking of transferring to Valpo? Olivia Brown ’23, ’24 MBA, made the switch halfway through her undergraduate experience but maxed out her time as a

This Civil Engineering Student Has Taken His Studies To Washington, D.C., London, Los Angeles, and Beyond

How often do you think about the intricacies of the building you work in – or the road you drive on every day? Civil engineering

Learning, Thriving, and Making an Impact in Academics and Athletics

The opportunities offered at Valparaiso University encourage our students to grow as individuals and leaders. Evan Annis ’23, a recently graduated biomedical engineering major, exemplified

Thinking of switching your major? For this environmental science student, doing so was rewarding in more ways than one

Ever thought of switching your major? Environmental science major and biology and meteorology double-minor Chloe Kennedy ’24 is here to tell you why it’s never

Valpo Student-Athletes Exceed National Graduate Success Rates

Between long nights on the road and balancing school with a social life, the struggles many collegiate student-athletes face have become a nationwide conversation. In

Want to Become a Physician Assistant? This Valpo Alumna Has Some Advice

Considering a career as a physician assistant? We know just the person to help light the way. Anastacia Mesina ’18, ’20, knew she wanted to

A DAY IN MY LIFE AS A BLOOM SCHOLARS MENTOR: A TAKEAWAY

A year ago, as an incoming freshman, I always dreamed of being someone significant. I walked into Valparaiso University, still yet to graduate from high

A Day in My Life as an Orientation Assistant

My experience as an orientation assistant (OA) is something that I will cherish forever. As a future educator, I strive for opportunities to work with
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