A compelling story about Marymount California University and 2015 alumna Michaelanne Butler recently appeared in Southbay Magazine. The article highlights how MCU’s small school atmosphere and supportive learning environment enables students like Michaelanne to turn interests into passions that can be sculpted into careers.
“From day one, Michaelanne was an exceptional incoming student with an amazing drive toward making her education maximize her capabilities to do what she wants to do,” says Dr. Earle. “She has a ‘fire in the belly’ for her passions of environment, international/local social development and responsible business. She sculpted her entire undergraduate career with this goal in mind.” Duncan Earle, Marymount California Professor
Professors at MCU have the opportunity to get to know students. This allows them to help students get the most out of their education, and, more importantly, the most out of themselves.
Read the full article below or connect to it on Southbay Magazine’s website. Photo by Siri Berting