and athletic careers, I found St. Bonaventure to
be an ideal fit. As a golfer, I found St.
Bonaventure to have a good D1 program with
for my intended business major and not too far from home.
much-appreciated alleviation of future debt and stress, and gives me peace of
mind that I am decreasing the amount of debt that I will have to pay off to fi-
nance my education.
lege, but I know I want to do something with business. Management seemed
to be a broad degree that could be helpful in many different positions. I will
certainly add either another major or a couple minors by the time I graduate.
ments they can make. Due to the generosity of our community, more than
$1.3 million in endowed scholarship aid was awarded during the past fiscal
year, allowing talented students access to St. Bonaventure's distinctive brand of
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knew everyone, so I felt comfortable
coming to a similar scene here at
Bonaventure. The alumni are so pas-
sionate about this school and you al-
ways get the same reaction when you
tell them you go to Bonaventure. I
knew that if these people loved their
school still, after 20-plus years, I
dren. I chose elementary and special
education because by being a
teacher, I can touch the lives of so
many children in various ways. I can
be a teacher, a leader, a role model, a
coach and a person to lean on -- and
each of those titles is so important.
clubs or activities?
Family Business Club. Through Enac-
tus, I am part of Canvas for a Cure,
which hosted a canvas painting party
to raise money for children who have
Anna LoPresti Endowment Scholarship
Major: Elementary Education/Special
Hometown: Angola, N.Y.
Hometown: Randolph, N.Y.