Ifeoluwapo Oshikanlu Accounting Major
Why did you come to Molloy?
I chose to come to Molloy after Dean Bier from the Division of business came to my high school to speak to me about the new business program. I loved the idea of executive based learning and felt the program was unlike any other institution I had visited.
What are the professors like at Molloy?
One thing I love about the professors at Molloy is that they are always willing to lend their time. If you are struggling in a class, they can recommend a tutor to you or even set time aside to provide you with additional help. They truly want you to succeed.
What type of internships did you take, or are looking to take?
The summer following my freshman year I interned at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney in Melville. The summer following my Sophomore year I interned at Ernst & Young in New York City. Now in my Junior year I am returning to Ernst & Young for the spring and summer semester.
How is the campus life at Molloy?
Campus life at Molloy is amazing! With over 150 residents on campus and places like the public square Molloy is becoming a more residential campus. Student government, along with the various clubs on campus have put on numerous successful events.
What surprised you the most about Molloy?
What surprised me most about Molloy was the campus life. For a college that still has a large commuter base, the campus life this year has been phenomenal.
How is Molloy changing your life?
The different roles I've taken on campus such as RA and Junior Class President are leadership roles that are helping me prepare me for my future. Along with my resume, Molloy is preparing me for a successful future in business. I feel Molloy has changed my life by opening me up to different positions I may have not taken on elsewhere.
So far, what is your fondest memory of Molloy?
My fondest memory of Molloy was going on conference at Mohonk Mountain House with student government. It was such a beautiful, peaceful location where it gave a chance for all the government members to bond while learning the rules and preparing for the upcoming year.