Anna Maria College’s Class of 2022 are eager and ready to graduate in a few weeks. As these seniors look forward to the exciting futures that lay ahead of them, some seniors took the time to also look back and share their memories, advice they would give to freshmen, and insight into what makes Anna Maria College special to them.

Graduation year:



Southbridge, MA


Criminal Justice 


Women’s Basketball

Post-grad plans:

Hoping to become a Police Officer. 

Are you where you thought you’d be when you first came to campus?

Being a transfer student as a Senior I thought it would be difficult and hard coming in but it went out easy and I didn’t expect to be where I’m at now meeting new friends and being more involved on campus.

Greatest experience at Anna Maria?

I’d say my greatest experience is playing women’s basketball and being able to meet new teammates and creating close friendships I’ve made since I got to Anna Maria. 

What will you miss the most?

Being a commuter, I will definitely miss the college vibe and being around on campus as much as I could and will also miss friends.

Advice for the Class of 2026?

Four years go by fast! Enjoy and take full advantage of the experience because one day you’ll be an incoming freshman to the next day being a senior ready to graduate in May.  Also, TIME MANAGEMENT is everything once you are able to manage your schedule you will be all set.