Getting here:

Ever since I was little I’ve been passionate about conservation and nature, so when I was searching for college’s I kept those ideals in mind. When I found COA I was excited because not only was the college passionate about being ecologically friendly, and have both the water and Acadia National Park within walking distance, but it also had a self directed educational model I was more familiar with because I was homeschooled for most of my life. I knew from that moment that this was the college I was going to go to.

Classes

Fall 2017:


Human Ecology, Public Speaking, and Marine Biology

 

Winter 2018:


Intro French, Impact Investing and The Arts and Science of Fermented Foods


Spring 2018:


Bio: Form and Function, Communicating Science and Oceanography

 

Fall 2018:

 

Evolution, Marine Mammal Biology and Intro to Arts and Design

 

Winter 2019:

 

Costa Rica Monster Course

Favorite class:

My favorite class would have to be the Costa Rica monster course I just did in the Winter 2019 term. In it we explored ecology in the tropics, which is what I am passionate about and would like to do as a career in the future.

Activities, traditions, celebrations:

You’ll find me rock climbing in the climbing shed, hiking, or looking at the stars from the docks.

Best meal on campus:

Carrot cake