May 11, 2021
Life At Witt

2021 SENIOR SALUTE: Abby Glass

Religion and Environmental Science Double Major Abby Glass '21 Shares Her Wittenberg Experience

Abby Glass, Class of 2021

Majors: Religion and Environmental Science
Hometown and State: Signal Mountain, Tennessee
Why Wittenberg: “The first thing that always comes to my mind is community. To me, Wittenberg is what it is because of the people on campus. I have made amazing friends that I will have the rest of my life and have found amazing relationships and mentors in my professors and the staff. I love how supportive students are of each other and how people always say hello as we pass each other on campus.” 

  1. A Stack of Letters/Notes I Have Received While in College: Writing and receiving letters is one of my favorite things in the whole world. My friends and I write letters to each other as a form of encouragement, and I have kept all of them. To me, they truly represent the community I have on campus.
  2. My Kappa Delta Letters: My first year of college I joined Kappa Delta, and it has given me amazing friends and memories over the past four years. 
  3. A Union Board Mug: I was a member of Union Board for all four years of college, and it allowed me to get to know many different parts of campus and gave me skills that will be very useful in a future job. 
  4. My Study Bible: Throughout all of my religion classes, my study Bible got a lot of use. It was also useful in helping me prepare for youth lessons I wrote for a local church. 
  5. My Notebook: I would not have made it throughout college without my notebook. I keep my ‘to do’ lists in it as well as meeting notes and funny quotes from conversations I have had. 
  6. A Common Ground T-shirt: Campus ministries have played a very important part in my college experience, especially Common Ground and the Weaver Chapel Association. Campus ministries have been an amazing way for me to continue to grow in faith during college as well as give me amazing friends.
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About Wittenberg

Wittenberg's curriculum has centered on the liberal arts as an education that develops the individual's capacity to think, read, and communicate with precision, understanding, and imagination. We are dedicated to active, engaged learning in the core disciplines of the arts and sciences and in pre-professional education grounded in the liberal arts. Known for the quality of our faculty and their teaching, Wittenberg has more Ohio Professors of the Year than any four-year institution in the state. The university has also been recognized nationally for excellence in community service, sustainability, and intercollegiate athletics. Located among the beautiful rolling hills and hollows of Springfield, Ohio, Wittenberg offers more than 100 majors, minors and special programs, enviable student-faculty research opportunities, a unique student success center, service and study options close to home and abroad, a stellar athletics tradition, and successful career preparation.

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