TRANSFERmation Tuesday: Computer Science Major Enkee Davaadolgor

Enkee standing in front of brick wall.

Today we feature first-generation senior Enkee Davaadolgor, who majors in Computer Science along with a concentration in Cybersecurity. He is a commuter from Ewing, NJ (Mercer County) who transferred from Mercer County Community College.

Enkee standing outside with his arms folded.

What wakes you up in the morning?

My motivation to wake up each and every morning is definitely my family and being a first generation to attend university. My inspiration is to be an exceptional father, a role model and a brother.

How would you tell a fellow student interested in your major that they’re choosing a worthwhile field?

It’s definitely a worthwhile field, because stats show that it’s one of the fastest-growing fields in the United States, and within the major you have a lot of choices so you don’t limit yourself.

Enkee standing in front of brick wall and window outside.

Could you share with us one moment that made you feel inspired or confident that you’re in the right field for you?

I felt super happy after I successfully wrote my very first code without any sort of help or guide lines. At that moment, I felt confident that it was the right field for me and a inspiration for me to get even more better.

What has been one aspect of Rowan that you’ve enjoyed so far, OR one happy thing about Rowan that surprised you?

There has been many aspects of Rowan that I enjoyed so far, starting from my professors to my advisors. They were all eager to help and truly wanted me to succeed in life.

Enkee sitting on a bench outside in front of James Hall.

How was transferring to Rowan the right choice for you?

It was definitely the right choice for me because I’m extremely happy where I am at right now and Rowan made that possible for me.

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Story and photos by: 
Stephanie Batista, sophomore music industry major

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