Modern Languages

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Christina Fisher

1. Why did you decide to become a language major?

I decided to become a language major, because I wanted to become fluent in another language. I took French in high school and really enjoyed it, so I wanted to continue studying it. I wanted to do something out of my comfort zone and broaden my horizons. 

2. What has been your most rewarding experience in your language major so far?

My most rewarding experience in my language major so far is all the professors and classes that I have taken so far. The professors have been very supportive and encouraging; they allow me to continue to push myself further. The classes have also been engaging and interactive. 

3. What are your plans after Ursinus?

After Ursinus, I would like to attend graduate school and complete a program in Clinical Psychology. I want to obtain a doctorate in Clinical Psychology and become a therapist. I hope to work at a treatment center or hospital.  


French, Psychology


Fighting for Ophelia, Best Buddies, To Write Love On Her Arms, Active Minds, French Club, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. Working at Jazzman’s, Kappa Delta Kappa Sorority, research with Professor Chambliss, social event director, and Psi Chi.