Daniel has seized opportunities both inside and outside the classroom that combine his major in psychology and minors in religious studies and human resource management.
A top student, he’s collaborated with a psychology professor on research that examined how religious beliefs and ethical ideology impact views of organizational justice. He took part in a D-Term trip to Northern Ireland where he studied the psychology of conflict and politics.
A top competitor, Daniel runs on the College’s championship cross country and track and field teams. He also serves on the general board of the student-led worship group Focus and Presidential Search Committee as a student representative.
“If you like a school where you can interact with people in an intimate setting, this is the place for you. It’s a special, uplifting place.”