My favorite part about my WSSU experience is meeting all the people on campus.
You can connect with somebody here at WSU from alum to the students who are graduating to, you know, faculty and staff.
Being a ram definitely has that family oriented atmosphere.
People who I see on a daily basis from career services, from you say, from all over campus, they become my mentors, my brothers, my big sisters, my aunt's, my uncle's, my extended family.
You're not alone. And even when you go outside of campus and you meet a fellow RAM, it's like hey!
No one judges me here, we're a big family and you will feel that once you walk on campus.
It's just like ohana and ramly means family and family means that no one gets left behind.
I've met some of my best friends, I've met, of course, my sorority sisters. So I owe WSSU almost everything.