2018 Road Warrior Series: Taylor Scully

Posted on Thursday, September 13th, 2018

Taylor Scully

Name: Taylor Scully

Program: Bachelor of Science, Bio-Medical Science

What is your favourite thing about U of G? What was your most memorable experience here?

My favourite thing about U of G is the sense of community. I always feel welcome and appreciated no matter where I am or who I am with on campus. My most memorable experience here was as an orientation facilitator in my fourth year. As part of a team we created the boogie, taught it to the volunteers, and presented it all 5000 incoming students at pep rally.

Please describe your campus & community involvement while at U of G (i.e. clubs, athletics, student organizations, jobs).

While a student at U of G I was a part of the Bio-Medical Science Student Association, Learning Services Peer Helper Program, Project Serve Reading Week and a Ms Infinity Committee Member. I also worked as an Orientation Facilitator, Off Campus Connection Facilitator, and Health and Performance Centre Volunteer Coordinator.

What prompted you to become a Liaison Officer? What excites you the most about this position?

I wanted to become a Liaison Officer to share how I found myself at Guelph, as well as counsel students on finding the right program for them.

What advice would you offer to potential U of G students?

My advice would be to take your time at U of G to explore the opportunities available! Get involved outside of class and find what is and isn’t for you, you’ll never know until you experience it for yourself.

Anything else to add?

Take the opportunity to find yourself and enjoy your time. Campus will become your home and your friends will become your family.

Want to hear what she's looking forward to most on the road? Follow uofgadmission on Instagram, and check out our story/highlights!

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