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"A touch of sass, a whole lot of class, a true Hillcat at heart. Have you voted Ale yet?!"
Ever since I started my adventure at Rogers State, my academics have always been an important aspect to my college career. As a freshman I received a few scholarships from the community along with one of them being from RSU. I have recently made Deans Honor Roll for Spring 2012 which was a great accomplishment not only for me but for my parents as well. Being in a sorority has also helped with showing me the true meaning of "Balance" in order to put my academics first along with also having social and family time as well....Losing sleep does pay off after all!
Being on campus everyday is something that I highly look forward everyday. Being active on campus has not only made me make a great group of friends but has taught me how being active in things that you love, can make you come out of your comfort zone. I am currently the VP and Recruitment of Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority which has brought outstanding benefits to my social and academic life. In addition, I have volunteered with Big Tent Day, Hillcamp, Art on the Hill, Early Enrollment, upcoming Dedication RSU. I have also been a part of Rogers County Halloween Kiddie Carnival, Christmas Parade previous years, Special Olympics, Meet the Greeks, Greek Field Night, and welcome week events. My duty doesn't stop there, I have also helped as a Vacation Bible School leader for my Church and that was an absolute blast!
I am passionate, creative, funny, smart, outgoing, and have a love for others. In addition, I have dedicated the last four and a half years of my life into this university to mold me into the woman that I am now and will be in the future. Not only do I pour my heart into everything that I do, but I also make sure I have fun doing it. It would be a privilege to receive a crown that represents history, athletics, and academics. Being queen would not only be an honor for RSU but for ASA for giving me the opportunity to be who I have become.