Eagle Ambassador

Double Major in Communication and Integrative Studies with a focus in Journalism, English and Public Administration

Wylie, Tx

School classification:

Serving my church, country dancing, laughing, spending time with friends and family, traveling, and always looking for new and exciting things to do!

Campus Involvement/Organizations:
Alpha Phi sorority, Greek Emerging Leaders, Delight Ministries, National Honor Society of Leadership and Success, Eagle Ambassadors

What's your favorite thing about UNT?
The kindness of the student body and how inclined they were to helping students succeed!

Learn more about Megan ...

Favorite place to eat in Denton: 
LSA Burger! You just can't beat the garlic fries.

Favorite place to study: 
My favorite place to study is the Business Leadership Building, they leave the lecture rooms unlocked so when there isn't a class, I sneak in and study. It's such a quiet and secret place, don't tell anyone!

Favorite place to shop in Denton:
My favorite place to shop is Palm Tree on the Denton Square! They have such cute clothes and little nick-nacks. Plus, they always have sales going on!

Favorite late night hangout: 
My favorite late night hangout is defnitely the Pohl Recreation Center. Even though everyone is there to get fit, we are all having a good time in a good environment.

Favorite UNT tradition: 
My favorite UNT Tradition is GMG (Go Mean Green), not only is it our motto and used for our victories and accomplishments, but it describes how evironmentally friendly we are!

Favorite class you have taken so far: 
Intro to Communications. I came to campus a business major and had to take this course as a requirement and it completely changed my mind on what degree I wanted to pursue. 

What has surprised you the most about yourself since your arrival at UNT: 
What has surprised me the most about myself was how easy it was to talk to anyone and everyone. The social aspect of campus is unlike any others!

What made you choose UNT: 

Growing up, I was around Denton and UNT quite a bit for my high school drill team, so I had a feel for the atmosphere. When I came for an actual campus tour, the positive atmosphere I had felt didn't change. The campus was real, for non-prospective and prospective students. The amount of opportunities are immense and it continues to get me so excited for my future career!