As a Wilmington College student, we know you work hard and play hard- attending classes, working on campus and in the community, and participating in myriad organizations and sports. In 2021, we’re asking you to share your WC experience with the world. Post a photo and brief story to social media about what makes your days at WC memorable, and use the hashtag #WeAreDubC (or submit a photo and descriptive paragraph directly to firstname.lastname@example.org).
As we close out the College’s sesquicentennial, let’s also celebrate YOU!
My name is Savannah Manson and I’m a junior at Wilmington College, studying Biology – Health Science. Ever since my first visit here to Wilmington, I have been so in love with with the atmosphere and the people. I have been involved with so much on campus, such as Black Student Initiative (BSI) as Secretary, American Medical Student Association (AMSA), WC Pride, served as an Orientation Welcome Leader (OWL), worked in the Office of Admission as a Student Ambassador, as well as the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and so much more. Being here at Wilmington has helped me create so many connections for the real world as well as long-lasting friendships. #WeAreDubC
Hi! My name is Alyssa Storer, and I’m a freshman majoring in Chemistry and Biology with a concentration in Health Sciences. During my first year on campus, I’ve gotten involved with the Honors Program, National Society of Leadership and Success, WC Pride, Ladies in Power, and STEM Society. When I visited campus during my junior year of high school, I immediately fell in love with the atmosphere and support that’s shown on campus. I can’t wait for what the next three years at Wilmington College will bring! #WeAreDubC
Hello! My name is Shania. I am a first-year student at Wilmington College. I decided to come to Wilmington so I didn’t have to move away from home. When I visited campus during my senior year of high school I knew Wilmington was were I would further my career. In my first year here, I have been inducted to the National Society of Leadership and Success and I am also in the Connections program. I cannot wait to see where Wilmington College takes me in the future and I am glad that I chose WC. #WeAreDubC
I’m Wil Overholt, a senior Athletic Training major graduating in May! My four years at Wilmington College have allowed me to create friendships and connections that I believe will last me a lifetime. My time in the Athletic Training program has helped me network and set the foundation for my future in the job market. Some of my best memories from this year have been working with the Men’s Basketball team on campus. I’ve been fortunate to have found a home within the organizations that I’ve been working with in the past four years, including WeCare/SAFE, WC Greek Life Executive Board, the Honors Program, a term on Student Government Association, and my fraternity Lambda Chi Alpha. I will always remember my time with my best friends since day one in Austin Pickett, 3rd floor. I’ve been extremely thankful for the memories and stories that I will hold with me forever as I move on from Wilmington College. #WeAreDubC
Hi everyone! My name is Carly Fitz, I’m a senior majoring in Agricultural Communications and Political Science. During my time on campus not only have I made life long friends, I’ve also had the opportunity to get really involved. Some of the organizations I’ve had the privilege of being in are Gamma Beta Eta Lil Sis Sorority (formerly Delta Theta Sigma), Collegiate Farm Bureau, Orientation Welcome Leader (OWL), Aggies and hosted my own radio show, Jive@5, on The Quake! I was very active in the lobby trip opportunities on campus for Fall Ag Lobby and Spring Lobby Weekend with FCNL, a Washington D.C. Quaker lobby organization, which led me to my future career. After graduation I plan to advocate for agriculture as a lobbyist in Washington D.C.
Hello! My name is Ally Cupps. I am a first-year student at Wilmington double majoring in AgBusiness and Spanish. I chose Wilmington College hoping for a personal, hands-on experience, and I was not disappointed. Before completing my first full year on campus I hold three jobs on campus, have made many new friends and connections, have been on our academic farm each week and sat in a real classroom with real people. WC allows me to make more tight knit connections with peers, professors, and other faculty. Being a Student Ambassador, I have many opportunities to talk with prospective students and share why I love Wilmington College. Our culture at Wilmington is one of respect, kindness, and support. #WeAreDubC