Amber Kelly is a freshman at Marygrove College studying forensic science.
Originally from Mt. Morris, Michigan, Amber excelled in multiple sports while a student at Mt. Morris High School. She was most passionate about volleyball and is now a member of the Marygrove College Mustang's women's volleyball team.
Having already completed the required prerequisite courses for freshman year, Amber is excited to begin taking core classes in the Forensic Science program. After her first semester of college, Amber is enjoying the independence and taking advantage of all the opportunities to meet new people.
My latest accomplishments
My latest achievement is obtaining a 3.5 GPA, a goal I set for myself when I graduated from high school. I am also proud of how I juggle volleyball, a social life, and independence.
Next big goal
My next big goal is to complete my program with honors and to pursue my dream career in the forensic field.
Why is choosing your own path important?
It is important for me to choose my own path because this is my own life and I make my own decisions. Throughout my whole life I had to make my own decisions and I won’t stop now.
Favorite place on campus
My favorite place on campus is the community room. Here you can socialize with others, learn a lot about people (where they are from and their interests), and find some things out about yourself.
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