“The academics at St. Joe’s, especially in the sciences, are very challenging. A + P and neuroscience were some of my hardest classes, but they prepared me for grad school.”
As a utility player for the softball team, Cyndi attributes “coffee, and a very regimented schedule” to her ability to get her class assignments and workouts completed on time. “Although it may be challenging to balance coursework and softball, at the end of the day, I know I’ll get it done,” she says. From Clark, New Jersey, Cyndi is a psychology major with a minor in interdisciplinary health studies. Upon graduation, she will attend Kean University in Union, New Jersey, to pursue a master of science in occupational therapy.