MacKenzie Stevens is a senior with a major is Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Special Interventionist.
Originally from Lynchburg, Ohio, MacKenzie hopes to start teaching in the fall. She shares, “When I graduate, I want to rent an apartment until I decide where God’s plan for me is. I plan to stay in contact with all of my friends and come back to Kappa Delta events when I can.”
Her campus involvement has included Greek Life, holding many positions of leadership; cheerleading; APB; and Order of Omega.
“Kappa Delta has by far been my best experience here at WC,” says MacKenzie. “The girls in my chapter have my heart and always will. My girls are so encouraging and supportive of me. I am currently inactive due to my student teaching and my sisters have reached out constantly. I couldn’t be blessed with better people.”
Her advice for underclassmen is to “Be a part of campus!! You’re only here 4-5 years. Trust me when I say you will not regret it.” As a freshamn, MacKenzie was a commuter and did not want to be a part of campus besides my academics, but she realized the importance of the friendships and the experiences.
“Be a part of a club, an organization, a sport, etc. It’s amazing. These friendships are the ones that will last a lifetime! You are going to school with your future bridesmaids/groomsmen! Build those friendships! Leave your mark on campus!”
“You are going to school with your future bridesmaids/groomsmen! Build those friendships! Leave your mark on campus!” – MacKenzie Stevens
Jordan Jones is a senior with a major in Business Administration.
Originally from Dayton, Ohio, Jordan plans on furthering his education in graduate school by obtaining his MBA.
During his time at WC, he has been involved in men’s basketball, Move-In Crew, the Wilmington College Business Association, and the WC Mentor program.
“Wilmington College as a whole has been one of the best experiences of my life from basketball to the interactions I have with Faculty/staff and students on a daily basis,” shares Jordan. Some of his other favorite experiences include the campus treasure hunt his freshman year and working with the special Olympics.
Jordan advises underclassmen to “be patient and find yourself during your time at Wilmington. Be an open book and network with people because opportunities can arise from anywhere. Lastly get out of you comfort zone. Whatever makes you comfortable, don’t be afraid to try the opposite.”
“Be an open book and network with people because opportunities can arise from anywhere.” – Jordan Jones