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Bianca Sloan, Honors Peer Mentor
Hometown: Peru, IN.
Major: English Teaching
What do you like most about being an Honors student?
I enjoy the sense of community that comes along with being an Honors student. Many of the friends I have made at Indiana State are also a part of the Honors College, and I believe I would not have made as many connections as I have without my involvement in the Honors College. Additionally, the amazing opportunities, such as faculty led study-abroad trips and leadership experiences, make it even more worthwhile to be an Honors student.
Leadership and involvement at STATE:
Besides being an Honors Peer Mentor, I am a member of APO (a theatre fraternity on campus) and the C.H.I.L.L (education organization) board of directors. I cofounded the English Student Activities Group on campus with some of my English friends, and I am involved in a musical theater workshop ran by students in the Theater Department. I also work as a student office assistant in the Honors office, so feel free to swing by and ask questions at any time!
What advice do you have for incoming Honors students?
My advice for incoming Honors students is to make your college experience your own. Try to take every opportunity you are offered, and don’t be afraid to do something you’re interested in! Indiana State and college in general is a place for growth and learning. The campus has so much to offer, and if you take advantage of opportunities in the Honors College or any other aspect on campus, your experience will be so much more fun and worthwhile!
Greg Bierly, Dean
Pickerl Hall 110
Indiana State University
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