Chris Dubois ‘12, major: biology; minor: chemistry and French


“I am currently the vice president of Program Council and the treasurer for the Student Commuter Association. I am also an ambassador with the admissions office. Being this involved has shaped my college experience into an absolutely incredible one. Through these positions and experiences I have grown as a person and developed certain aspects of who I am today and who I will be in the future.

I have had many rewarding experiences in the classroom; the faculty have always been there wherever I have needed help. I have also taken classes which have helped me shape the career path I want to follow.

My best experience would be my comparative vertebrate anatomy class I took in fall 2011. It was a class that made me work to my absolute fullest potential and I felt extremely accomplished at the end of the semester. It was a class that I was waiting to take since my freshman year and when I finally hit my senior year I got to take it. The class itself was very fun and actually has given me thought into what I want to do after I graduate from Salem State University.”