Caitlyn Cookenmaster is a senior pre-medical student at Adrian College studying biochemistry with a minor in math.
Caitlyn wears many different hats around campus and is involved with activities ranging from academics to student life. She is in her third year as a Resident Assistant and, as a biochem major, spends a great deal of time in the chemistry lab. Caitlyn also sits on the executive board of multiple student organizations. She is the President of the Adrian College Chemistry Club, as well as Vice President of the Campus Activities Network and Hooligans Committee Chair for the Student Government Association.
Thanks to the opportunities Caitlyn has received at Adrian College, she was chosen as a Perrigo Research Fellow at the University of Michigan last summer. Adrian College has fully prepared Caitlyn to enter the next phase of her life, and she is forever grateful to be an Adrian College Bulldog.
I have always pushed myself to do whatever it takes to reach my goals. The support of my family and friends has been an integral part of my success as a student and I wouldn't be here without it.
My latest accomplishments
I was recently accepted into the Medical College of Wisconsin, Class of 2019.
Next big goal
My next goal is to earn a Health Professions Scholarship from a branch of the United States Armed Forces.
Why is choosing your own path important?
Choosing your own path forces you to work hard to achieve your goals. Investing yourself and your time and energy into a pathway for your own future will make it feel that much better when you finally reach your destination. It is a blessing that you will never take for granted.
Favorite place on campus
My favorite place on campus is my residence hall, Deans Hall, spending time with my residents.
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