Mountaineer Mentors

New Student Orientation

Stacey Garcia   Stacey Garcia (Coordinator)
Major: Business Management
Classification: Senior
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Know how to manage your time and have a schedule.
     
Shayla George   Shayla George  (Coordinator)
Major: Psychology (Pre-Law)
Classification: Junior
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Ask for help, even if you don't want to. Someone, at some point in time, has been in the same situation as you and knows what to do.
     
Courtlynd Miller   Courtlynd Miller (Coordinator)
Major: Biology; Biology (Pre-Medical)
Classification: Senior
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Don't just get out of your comfort zone, expand it and don't take things for face value. Question everything!
     
Josh Rodrigue   Josh Rodrigue (Coordinator)
Major: Sport Management
Classification: Senior
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Be yourself, open up, and don't be afraid to get involved and find your niche - Schreiner will be a much better experience once you get involved on campus.
     
Imani Broadnax   Imani Broadnax
Major: Accounting
Classification: Sophomore
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Remember that you are here to get an education.
     
Dani Cain   Danielle (Dani) Cain
Major: Environmental Biology
Classification: Sophomore
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Learn how to manage your time!
     
Tatyana Carnes   Tatyana Carnes
Major: Cellular Biology (Pre-Dental)
Classification: Junior
Advice for incoming freshmen: "Never give up on a dream because of the time it will take to accomplish it. The time will pass anyway".
     
Wendy Saldivar  

Desiree Escobedo
Major: Theater
Classification: Sophomore
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Try your best to manage your time wisely! Make a time for studying, socializing, and sleeping. Keeping up with the three may seem difficult, but it is definitely possible!
     
Esperanza Flores   Esperanza Flores
Major: History
Classification: Junior
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Say no to drugs. Say yes to tacos.
     
Stefaney Baker   Amalia Fuentes
Major: Psychology (Communication Minor)
Classification: Sophomore
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Be prepared to give it your all to succeed!
     
Celina Garcia-Brinker   Celina Garcia-Brinker
Major: Chemistry
Classification: Sophomore
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Be yourself; everyone else is taken.
     
Kaitlyn Goertz   Kaitlyn Goertz
Major: Mathematics
Classification: Senior
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Keep an open mind and explore all of your options; college is a the time for you to learn about who you really are.
     
Allyson Graybill   Allyson Graybill
Major: Biology (Pre-Dental)
Classification: Senior
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Give Schreiner a chance, I promise you will love it!
     
    Gregg Gutierrez
Major: History (Teacher Certification)
Classification: Sophomore
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Base what you do on what you love instead of how much money you can make.
     
Montana Hammack   August (Montana) Hammack
Major: Business Management
Classification: Sophomore
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Meeting new people and making friends while getting involved in activities make some of the best college experiences.
     
Josh Herring   Josh Herring
Major: Kinesiology
Classification: Senior
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Time management.
     
Michaela Lehman   Mary (Michaela) Lehman
Major: Communication Design
Classification: Sophomore
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Get involved in some of the various organizations and activities here at Schreiner, because you'll meet more people and build strong relationships while feeling more involved and a part of the Mountaineer community.
     
Sotera Lovett   Sotera Lovett
Major: Biology/Mathematics
Classification: Sophomore
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Take time to get to know your professors so that you won't be afraid to ask them for clarification on an assignment or on a grade you receive.
     
Hannah Martin   Hannah Martin
Major: Marketing
Classification: Senior
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Get involved in as many things as you can and go out of your comfort zone. You won't regret it.
     
Carlo Martinez   Carlo Martinez
Major: Biology/Information Systems
Classification: Sophomore
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Take at least one class you really enjoy. When it's been a long day and the homework piles up, you have an outlet to either get started on work or take a break from something more monotonous.
     
Sarah Morales   Sarah Morales
Major: Biochemistry
Classification: Sophomore
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Don't sell yourself short! Approach freshman year with whatever instincts you have! Just run with it!
     
Alyssa Navarrette   Alyssa (Lys) Navarrette
Major: Environmental Biology
Classification: Sophomore
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Key to surviving college? Naps. Lots and lots of naps.
     
Katelyn Preston   Katelyn Preston
Major: Psychology
Classification: Sophomore
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Get involved in all sorts of different groups on campus. College, in general, is a lot more fun if you are involved on campus and it is a great opportunity to meet a variety of friends.
     
Dominique Sandoval   Dominique Sandoval
Major: Political Science (Pre-Law)
Classification: Junior
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Confidence is key!
     
Gloria Santos   Gloria (Angela) Santos
Major: Communication Design
Classification: Sophomore
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Delaney is the best place to live!
     
Stephani Shumaker   Stephani Shumaker
Major: Public Health (Pre-Medical)
Classification: Junior
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Sleep. It's a beautiful thing in college. Get as much as you can.
     
Shelby Spenrath   Shelby Spenrath
Major: Cellular Biology (Pre-Medical)
Classification: Senior
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Get involved on campus. Try student organizations you think sound interesting. College is a place of opportunity, so don't be afraid to get out of your comfort zone and try something new.
     
Daneece Stewart   Daneece Stewart
Major: Psychology
Classification: Sophomore
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Naps are your best friend!
     
Skylar White   Skylar White
Major: Education
Classification: Junior
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Blissfully enjoy every moment of free time you get, because it is definitely a rare commodity.
     
     
Mason Wilks   Mason Wilks
Major: Sport Management
Classification: Sophomore
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Get involved and enjoy the time you have here at Schreiner. The experience is what you make it.
     
Emily Williams   Emily Williams
Major: Communications
Classification: Sophomore
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Don't be afraid to try new things. I know that sounds cliche, but  it's important. You're not in high school anymore. You can be whoever you want. So live your freshman year to the fullest.
     
Ashley Wilson   Ashley Wilson
Major: Marketing
Classification: Junior
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Make sure to bring a stapler to college =)
     
Lilian Zavala   Lilian Zavala
Major: Biochemistry (Pre-Medical)
Classification: Senior
Advice for incoming Freshmen: Stay open minded, college is about experiencing new things, enjoying the adventure, and most of all having fun!
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