Class of: 2006
"I’m not a theologian in the traditional sense, but the person I am today and work that I do is largely the result of studying theology at Carroll. I chose to major in theology because I found that the classes and the professors challenged me to formulate questions about life and existence. I graduated knowing that I would spend my life exploring, learning about, and participating in larger conversations about faith. Because of this, earning a theology degree continues to inspire the way that I live, conscious of the importance of serving others, actively participating in my church community, and thoughtfully engaging as a citizen."