Andrew House is an ambassador in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. He is also a member of the Dean's Council. He is a double major in biochemistry and wildlife, fisheries, and aquaculture. "I originally wanted to go to vet school and I knew I enjoyed biology and chemistry. Instead, I became involved in research. After that, I decided to double major with biochemistry and wildlife, fisheries, and aquaculture," he said. Upon graduation, Andrew plans to attend graduate school. "At this moment the part that excites me the most is that I have no idea where I will attend graduate school. It could be anywhere doing almost anything," he said. His favorite part of each major is the faculty. "I love being surrounded by professors that care about the students. They have ended up being mentors and playing major parts of my life," he said. Andrew highlights involvement in student organizations, undergraduate research, and making lifelong friends as contributing to a great experience at MSU. He encourages potential students to follow their hearts. "When people say you can do whatever you want with your life, they aren’t kidding. Allow yourself to make new friends, do things outside of your comfort zone, and your ideas will be diversified," he said.
How to Become a Bulldog
- Apply to MSU.
- Make sure you submit the $40 application fee, official transcript, your official test scores (ACT & SAT), and any college coursework you have completed.
- Fill out the Scholarship resume and submit by December 1st for Competitive scholarships, August 1st for Leadership & Service Scholarships.
- Fill out your housing application by April 1st.
- Come to Academic Insight.
- Complete the FASFA.
- Register for Orientation.
- Welcome to the family!