Impact Stories

Students share, in their own words, how they were empowered by their Titan education. Thanks to you, our generous community of donors, these students discovered their passions and leadership potential in academics, arts and athletics.

Daisy Muñoz

Being on the Titan Softball team is a great honor for me. I’m the first one in my family to get a scholarship to play a sport at a Division 1 university.

Daisy Muñoz, criminal justice major and Titan Softball infielder
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Jocelyn Aponte

The program cost was a barrier for me. I would not have studied abroad without earning a scholarship and I am most grateful to be a recipient.

Jocelyn Aponte, ’20 (B.A. history), graduate student in history
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Taylor Livingston

I am grateful to be breaking stereotypes while challenging myself to pursue a field that will advance technology in our world.

Taylor Livingston, computer science and business administration major
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Jonathan Oseguera

I want to educate students — that’s where my heart is.

Jonathan Oseguera, ’21 (B.A. psychology), special education credential student
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Alexandra Lewandowski

As a full-time graduate student living paycheck to paycheck, my work at the arboretum was generously supported by a donor.

Alexandra Lewandowski, graduate student in environmental studies
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Jessica Choi

I want to elevate the diverse stories of people.

Jessica Choi, communications-journalism major
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Daniel Martinez

I study physics to solve real-world problems.

Daniel Martinez, graduate student in physics
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Cassandra Caldwell

I found my voice in photography.

Cassandra Caldwell, art-creative photography and experimental media major
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Evelynn Dronberger

I want to help my patients feel heard.

Evelynn Dronberger, graduate student in nursing-women’s health concentration
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Oscar Sosa Cordova

I want to be an example for underrepresented students in engineering.

Oscar Sosa Cordova, civil engineering major
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Melissa Fernandez

Anyone can be a scientist if they are curious.

Melissa Fernandez, biological science major
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Samantha Enciso

Health care should be a basic human right.

Samantha Enciso, biological science major
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Jonathan Woodbridge V

I want to find ethical solutions for complex legal situations.

Jonathan Woodbridge V, business administration-legal studies major
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