Posted on Tuesday, December 1, 2020
Sophomore Criminal Justice and Psychology Double Major
Rochester, New York
Lindsey joined the Westminster Honors Program as a first-year student. She comes from Rochester, New York, and is the epitome of what it means to be a campus leader. She is involved in many clubs and holds several leadership positions, including being the Westminster College Chapter President of Habitat for Humanity. She is also a member of the international fraternity Zeta Tau Alpha. She works diligently for her work study position in Honors by helping to coordinate alumni connections for current Westminster Honors students. She also is involved in Dance Theatre and serves as a campus tour guide. Lindsey appreciates the friendships she has gained through her experience in Honors. The program provides mentoring and fellowship opportunities for scholars, including game nights, pizza lunches, bonfires and Halloween gatherings. This camaraderie among different classes of Honors scholars generates mutually beneficial friendships among some of the most high-achieving students at Westminster.