An Interview with Sarah Collins
This week’s blog showcases an interview with Sarah Collins, a senior and Music Education Major at AMC. Sarah is very active on campus and is the President of the Music Education Club, Publicist and Pit Director for the Zecconian Players and a former SGA Senator for the School of Visual and Performing Arts
Here’s what Sarah had to say:
Why did you choose AMC?
When I was in high school looking for colleges, my band director suggested AMC because of its strong music program. He got me in touch with the band director at the time and we really hit it off. I came for my audition for the music program and met many of the professors and knew it was the right fit for me.
What did you like about AMC when looking into this school?
One of the best aspects of AMC is that it's a small school where you're not a number, but you're a person. During my time here at AMC, I have been able to get specialized help on various subjects due to small classes and professor availability. I also like that when I came for my audition, the professors and students alike wanted to get to know me and came right up and introduced themselves. Once I officially decided to come to AMC and when I came back, the professors and students remembered me. That's what's important to me.
What are your favorite aspects about this school?
One thing that I really like about this school is how involved the students are with the Student Government Association (SGA) and all the clubs we have on campus. I have been a very active member of the SGA and have worked with various people around campus to make this school the best it can be.
Recently, the school redesigned the library and we now have an Information Commons above the library to study and use the computers and printers. It has been a great addition to this school to give us more opportunity to study and do homework.