Meet our newest transfer Profs Shannon Russo and Angelina Zeppieri. Both Shannon and Angelina recently graduated from Raritan Valley Community College and will begin at Rowan University this fall.
Could you share with us one thing you are looking forward to at Rowan University?
Shannon Russo: I am looking forward to being on my own for the first time in my life.
Angelina Zeppieri: At Rowan University I’m looking forward to applying for internships and dipping my feet into the international business world.
What is one hobby, activity, sport or club that you’re involved in that you’d like to continue at Rowan?
Is there anything you’re hoping to discover about yourself at Rowan?
Shannon Russo: I am hoping to expand my social skills and make more out of my social life.
Please share an interest, hobby or like that you have!
Shannon Russo: I play softball and I love to paint.
Angelina Zeppieri: I love painting in my free time, playing on my Nintendo Switch, and hanging out with my boyfriend and friends.
What major are you pursuing and why?
Shannon Russo: History Education because I love History and I like kids. Plus all of my favorite teachers were my history teachers.
Angelina Zeppieri: I’m majoring in International Business so one day I can work abroad in a successful company, while also learning about the culture of the country I’m in.
Do you have advice for other transfers who haven’t committed to a school yet?
Shannon Russo: You will know that you are at the right college when you feel excited to go to that college. Don’t stress yourself out over the fact that you have to choose. The choice can be fairly easy.
Angelina Zeppieri: Some advice I have for other transfer students who haven’t committed to a school yet is to find a school which is the right fit for you, academically and socially. Commit to somewhere that you know you’ll thrive there, and work on completing your goals.
Where are you going to live this upcoming year?
Shannon Russo: On campus.
Angelina Zeppieri: On campus.
What is one thing about Rowan itself that you liked, that encouraged you to commit?
Shannon Russo: The social aspect around the campus. There is always something to do.
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Thomas Ubelhoer, rising junior political science and international studies double major