Sarah Quinn Speech-Language Pathology Major

Why did you come to Molloy? 
I came to Molloy for the small class size and the close-knit community. We have a great speech-language pathology program and I knew that I wanted to pursue that as a career. Molloy is a short drive from home, which is exactly what I wanted. 

What are the professors like at Molloy? 
The professors at Molloy are great. They are here to help you succeed and make themselves available to help you in any way that they can. Every professor I had knew my name during the class and still remembers me if I run into them on campus. This is something you won't find in a larger college. 

How does Molloy inspire your passions?
Molloy offers many opportunities that inspire me and make me a better person. Service trips to Camden, Appalachia, West Virginia, New Orleans, and NYC have helped me grow as a person and taught me about the many different social justice issues we have. Campus Ministries always has something for people to do to give back. 

What type of internships did you take, or are looking to take?
For my senior year, I was accepted into the clinical practicum program at the Molloy Speech, Language, and Hearing Center. Treating clients is giving me the hands-on opportunity that most schools do not offer.

What surprised you the most about Molloy?
I was surprised about how much Molloy has to offer. Looking back to freshman year, I would have never guessed I would have been a part of so many things. All of the campus activities and events have helped make college less stressful and more meaningful. 

How is the campus life at Molloy? 
There is always something going on at Molloy. Everyday you'll find something new to join or be a part of. It's never a dull campus. 

How is Molloy changing your life?
Over the past three years, Molloy has dramatically changed my life. I have learned so much about other cultures while spending time in Italy and Ireland. Molloy has given me so many opportunities that I will cherish forever. 

So far, what is your fondest memory of Molloy? 
My fondest memory of Molloy was going down to New Orleans with Habitat for Humanity. We spent spring break rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina. We learned all about New Orleans and their community and they couldn't have been more welcoming to us.