Their Stories, Your Future
Josh Sanabria, an Andrews alumnus who graduated from Andrews in 2014, is now prepared to revolutionize the security world with his new security drone, Alpha.
Taejun Ok, a freshman biology/pre-med Honors student student from South Korea, finds out just how affordable Andrews can be.
Zach Reichert, a junior biology/pre-med Honors student, had the awesome opportunity to intern this past summer at Mayo Clinic, the largest integrated nonprofit medical group practice in the world. We sat down and talked with him to hear more about his amazing experience.
From discovering ancient artifacts to impromptu local wedding parties, Krystal’s archaeology study tour in Jordan was the cultural experience of a lifetime. Excited and ready for adventure, Krystal Uzeugbu, a junior studying music and anthropology, came to Andrews eager to learn the skills needed to pursue a career in ethnomusicology, the study of music in its cultural context.
By 27 years old, she had her dream job—diving with sharks—and Andrews helped!
Johnny Ahn, a senior biology/pre-med Honors student, literally jumped with glee when he received his first care package from his friends in the Honors program.
Ryan Little is a literal hotshot. The USCAA Tournament MVP, business graduate and Andrews University Cardinals captain is an advocate for excellence on and off the court.
When Tacyana Behrmann first came to Andrews in 2009, she expected a pretty typical college experience: four years of papers, studying and friendships, with the possibility of a job at the end.
Before the mid-1990s, biblical archaeology was primarily concerned with finding artifacts that proved the Bible’s validity.
Andrews partners with foreign archaeology schools to give students the best opportunities possible.
My name is Don and throughout my college career, I wrestled with God about what career path He wanted for me. Andrews helped me figure it out.
Dylan Closser loves sharks. He’s always loved sharks, and has had a lifelong dream to dive with and photograph them. Andrews University gave him the chance to do both!