Senior Wendy Okolo has mentored female freshmen. She's organized a fashion show for breast cancer awareness in Kalpana Chawla Hall, where she's a resident assistant. She's served as president of the Society of Women Engineers.
The list goes on.
In addition to immersing herself in UT Arlington's dynamic student life, Okolo is on track to graduate with honors in aerospace engineering.
"I've formed bonds and built relationships that have provided a wonderful support system for me, making it easy for me get those good grades and have fun while doing it," she says. "What more could you ask for in college?"
As a four-year campus resident, she joins nearly 7,000 fellow Mavericks who enhance their college experience by living on or within a mile of campus.
"UT Arlington has enabled me to reach my full potential. I've grown in ways I couldn't have imagined," she says.
"UT Arlington has enabled me to reach my full potential. I've grown in ways I couldn't have imagined."