Is Washburn really as great as people say it is? And what are the students here really like? We're going behind the scenes to give you a true taste of life at Washburn University, courtesy of a few of our current students. Follow their blogs to find out what it's like to study abroad, go Greek, be a student athlete, serve as a resident advisor, and make the most of the Washburn experience.
Nicole is a busy resident advisor on campus, serving West Hall. She's a junior majoring in youth services.
Shelbie, a freshman Political Science major, jumped right into student life at Washburn. She's a student senator, a member of the Washburn Residential Council, and the debate team, as well as a Zeta Tau Alpha.
Austin is the starting punter on the Washburn football team. As a senior, he's also working as a student athletic trainer to fulfill the requirements for his major in athletic training.
Nick is a junior psychology major who has made the most of his college experience. After belonging to many different organizations on campus, he now focuses on Greek life as a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity.
Meghan is on a year-long study abroad adventure in Austria. She's making good use of her major in German, and she also is majoring political science as a junior at Washburn.