Second-year Bachelor of Psychology with a Global Studies and Muslim Studies Option India
Laurier is a small campus and thus, makes up a very closely-knitted and well-connected community. It values diversity and warmly welcomes international students as Golden Hawks. It not only offered the major I was interested in but also introduced me to the concept of ‘Options,’ which would make my degree more valuable and my experience at Laurier more enriching. Laurier also encourages the concept of getting involved, which really fascinated me. Along with all these reasons, Laurier’s positive and friendly environment was one of the biggest reasons I chose to become a Golden Hawk. It has just been a year but this Golden Hawk already feels at home.
In my first year, I played for Laurier’s first-ever women’s cricket team and was on the executive board for the same under the Laurier Cricket Club. I was also the community representative in the House Council of my residence. Along with this, I was a part of the Waterloo-Laurier Ismaili Students’ Association (WLISA) as the arts and culture representative in the fall term, and vice-president of events in winter term.
Additionally, I was involved with Laurier BollyHawks Association as their first-year representative and with the International Students’ Association as a general member. Thanks to Laurier for encouraging its first year students to ‘Get Involved!’
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