Students from the College of Arts and Sciences are doing incredible things. Meet some of them.
Always an affable guy, Eric found Ambrose's safe and friendly atmosphere to be a great fit.
It is a feeling, an awareness, that Emilee Renwick has encountered more than once in a St. Ambrose classroom.
Like so many before him, Jacob followed family to St. Ambrose.
Jessica Pera learned how independent she can be at St. Ambrose.
Molly Conrad learned how to both play a role and be herself at St. Ambrose.
Colleen Grafton finds comfort in knowing the St. Ambrose community cares about her.
From her initial experience on the St. Ambrose Model UN team, Natividad HirschBautista found a career she would like to model.
Nick is a student of the entire person—from the inner workings of the brain to the tiny bones in the big toe. He knew he wanted to practice occupational therapy when he worked alongside many OTs at a camp for kids with disabilities.
Miracle found out she's not the shy person she thought she was when she arrived at SAU
Cady came to St. Ambrose intent on developing her spirituality. Her mission meshed with the St. Ambrose mission.
Matt found a perfect place to prepare for med school at SAU.
Mollie found internal determination and the dedicated faculty at St. Ambrose are strong combination.
Tasty ice cream is one of reasons Tanner Arntzen loves SAU, but it's OK — he'll run off the calories
Junior Brooke Schelly, and first-year students Sam Jones and Jackson Green, enjoy working with the Rock Island improv comedy troupe.