Meet the Transfer Interns – Emily!

Emily WynnMy name is Emily and I’m currently a junior here at W&M! I am majoring in English, and minoring in Russian and Post-Soviet Studies. Even though I’m technically an upperclassman, it’s only my second year here in beautiful Williamsburg. I transferred to William & Mary in fall 2014 from a large public school in Virginia, and it was a huge turning point in my college experience. This is my second year as a Spring Transfer Intern, and I couldn’t be more excited to help other potential transfers find their way to William & Mary!

Besides volunteering in the Office of Undergraduate Admission as a Spring Transfer Intern and a Tribe Ambassador, I am also on the executive board of my sorority and on the poetry board of the William & Mary Review. My favorite building on campus is Tucker Hall, because it’s home to the English department and my absolute favorite place to sit down with a cup of coffee and a Wawa quesadilla to write papers. What’s the best part about being a transfer student? Realizing that all of my hard work has paid off, and I’m finally home.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions you have about my transfer experience, William & Mary, or anything else on your mind! I love talking to potential students, and hope I can help you fall in love with W&M the same way I have!

-Emily Wynn ’17

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