When I'm at Wellesley, I'm home. I always felt my intelligence to be a disadvantage in general society. At Wellesley, I learned the value of that intelligence and developed a great appreciation for being in the company of so many bright, even brilliant, women. When I attend campus functions today, I see friends and acquaintances whom I may not have seen for several years yet we are still able to communicate at a "Wellesley" level. Not something I can always, or often, do in my everyday life.

The CE/Davis Program changed my life. In addition to the education I received, it presented opportunities and friendships I would never otherwise have had. I am grateful to be a part of Wellesley.