Meet the Suffolk Orientation Leaders

The 2021 Suffolk University Orientation Leaders are dedicated to promoting the diversity, strengths, and virtues of our community. As mentors and positive role models, they aim to build lasting connections with the incoming students in their orientation groups.

Meet the Orientation Leaders - Coming Soon!

Head shot of Morgan Mitcheson.

Preferred Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Class of: 2023
College: College of Arts and Sciences
Major(s): Psychology
Minor(s): N/A
Honors: Yes
Home city/town: West Bridgewater, MA
Country of Origin: United States
Languages: English
Clubs: Rampage Show Choir, Healthy Minds

Before I graduate, I want to:

Get an internship, walk to the Esplanade with as many friends as possible

I chose Suffolk because:

Suffolk has an amazing location and it had a variety majors available to me.

I'm proud to be a Suffolk student because:

we have a wonderful community with something for everyone

My favorite Suffolk memory is:

Going to Maria's Taqueria every Tuesday with my friends.

One opportunity Suffolk has given me is:

the ability to balance school work, activities and my friends.

A piece of advice I have for new students is:

Be yourself and get involved, good people and opportunities will come! Don't stress about fitting in with others, you will find your place.

Head shot of Collin Smith

Preferred Pronouns: He/They
Class of: 2022
College: College of Arts and Sciences
Major(s): History/Theatre
Minor(s): N/A
Honors: Yes
Home city/town: Hopedale, MA
Country of Origin: United States
Languages: English
Clubs: Theatre Department Productions, Performing Arts Office

Before I graduate, I want to:

Watch a show in the Modern Theater and sit in the Performing Arts Office swing chair.

I chose Suffolk because:

I immediately felt at home here. Suffolk has opportunities that excited me and people who enthusiastically support me.

I'm proud to be a Suffolk student because:

diversity and inclusion are at the core of the Suffolk community. From professors and administrators down to students, Suffolk welcomes and embraces attributes which make people unique.

My favorite Suffolk memory is:

working in Orientation & New Student Programs at one of the two Orientation Team Leaders for the class of 2024.

One opportunity Suffolk has given me is:

to research, write, and direct a historical play with support from the History and Theatre departments.

A piece of advice I have for new students is:

try new things and push yourself. There may be interests you find that surprise you and friends who help you grow, but you won't find these things alone in your room. Get out there and make the most out of this opportunity!