THROUGH THE EYES OF A STUDENT
Donors make an impact at South
Dakota State University. But you don’t have to take our word for it. The
Foundation has asked Erin Moser, a senior from Aurora, Illinois who is
very active on campus, to write a recurring column throughout this
school year that describes the impact that private giving makes at SDSU —
through the eyes of a student.
four years ago, I traveled from Aurora, Illinois, to Brookings to
pursue a degree in Early Childhood Education. I am on track to graduate
on the time of day, I am a student, an admissions ambassador, or even a
hobo. There’s been no shortage of interesting opportunities that have
come my way at SDSU.
summer, I was given another opportunity. The SDSU Foundation asked if
I’d write a series of columns to describe the impact made by private
donations — through the eyes of a student.
changes that have occurred at SDSU since I first set foot on campus
have been amazing. During the fall semester — and perhaps through my
student teaching assignment in the winter and spring — I will do my best
to share how a grateful student body has benefitted from the investment
that generous alumni and friends have made.
Move in day was August 22. Nearly 2,300 freshmen have began their Jackrabbit journey.
Early Childhood Education Major
SDSU Foundation – Student
Engagement Coordinator, Admissions Ambassador, Hobo Day Committee Member