Miguel Tevez-Rosales '14
Methodist University has not stopped evolving since my freshman year. Every semester brings new opportunities and campus growth. During my time here, I’ve felt empowered to grow as both a
scholar and an individual, and I’ve learned how to overcome obstacles.
I’ve created my own place here on campus by getting involved and leading some of the organizations and causes I believe in. As a part of the International Club, the Sociology Club, the Honors Lector Club, Pi Alpha Delta, and the Model United Nations Club, I’ve engaged in an environment that has challenged me in new ways while pursuing my extracurricular interests. I have also helped our campus become a more diverse and accepting place by being a founding member of the first LGBTQA organization on campus, Unseal It.
The Methodist family is a small, yet diverse community of individuals with much potential. I am happy I chose to attend MU. I have been able to build close relationships with both faculty and students. Being a part of a small campus allows any student to become an important part of the community dynamic, and the friendships I’ve formed during my time here have made me feel like I’m at home.
Miguel Fernando Tevez-Rosales ’14
Political Science with a concentration in International Relations and a minor in French
Honors Program Graduate
San Salvador, El Salvador