All of her life Morgan Warwick had heard great things about Radford University. Both her mother and aunt are graduates of RU, and because of the value they hold for their degrees, Warwick didn’t even apply anywhere else. She wanted to join them as an alumna.
“I felt that Radford was the perfect fit for me. It is big enough to have that ‘college feel’ but small enough to feel at home,” Warwick said. “I’ve just had a great experience. I’ve learned a lot – both academically and about myself.”
During her time at Radford University, Warwick has established close friendships with her classmates. “The experiences I’ve had and the friends I’ve made are priceless. I will have these memories and lifelong friends, like my mom and aunt, for years to come. I wouldn't change a thing about my time here!” she said.
After graduation, Warwick plans to attend graduate school at Radford and obtain a master’s degree in either community counseling or clinical mental health counseling. Her long-term goal is to obtain a doctorate degree and open her own private practice for children and adolescents.
“I’ve always known I’ve wanted a career helping people and I really feel like Radford’s psychology program has prepared me for that,” she said.