Wilbert cites academic rigor as the number one reason he chose Ursinus. He is an active leader in student government. Check out the long list of clubs and organizations offering leadership opportunities.
- <div class="lw_blurbs_body"><p> You’re more than a major.<br class="mobile-only"/> Most of us are a little bit of, well, <em>everything</em>.</p></div>
Wilbert DiazCamden, NJ Class of 2019Wilbert Diaz
Miles HoltzmanOrlando, Florida Class of 2018Miles Holtzman
Men’s Rugby is just one of ten team clubs in which to choose. What is the main goal of intramural leagues and clubs? Stress relief, competition and most of all fun.
Andrew Murphy Class of 2018Andrew Murphy
Andrew is a fellow in the Parlee Center for Science and the Common Good. The CSCG funded his marine biology internship in the most natural, unexplored island of the Bahamas, Andros.
Brandon StaffaBarto, PA Class of 2018Brandon Staffa
Resident Advisors like Brandon help residents learn the resources, support services, and procedures of the college. They also serve as mentors during the transition to college life.
Dionis KergidesRydal, Pa. Class of 2018Dionis Kergides
Dionis is a member of the highly successful DIII Wrestling program here at Ursinus. Between Varsity, club sports and intramurals, over 85 percent of students participate in some kind of athletic activity.
Tess BeckSeattle, WA Class of 2020Tess Beck
This Seattle native was looking for an east coast campus that she can call home. Jumping right into graduate-level research as a freshman and leading tours for admission, she knows it was the right decision!