After graduating from high school, I joined the Blazer Nation and set out to study psychology. I was part of the Psychology Club, Mass Choir, and Dance Club. I was also Vice President of the National Council of Negro Women and Community Service Chair for Kixart. With around 11,000 students, VSU offered me a close-knit environment that made my transition from high school to college much easier. Because I felt comfortable and confident early on, I was able to step out and get involved on campus. Getting involved is a great way to meet others who have similar interests. It can even help you with your career, hobby, or anything else that you’re passionate about. It’s a great way to build friendships and simply have fun. Because involvement was so rewarding for me, I encourage you to explore the 200+ student organizations we offer and find one that fits for you!