A branch of Webber International University
In their own words...
"As a first generation Latin American, it was different coming here, but I soon realized that I could just be me. St. Andrews is a school for people who like small classes and a close community."
- Anthony Fernandez, Class of '10
Pre-Vet

Alexandra Fullerton

Alexandra Fullerton

I am a Pre-Vet major.  I believe St. Andrews is helping my goal to become a large animal veterinarian.  The various classes with theory and hands-on teaching are things that I have never experienced in the classroom.

Extracurricular

I am an active part of the equestrian program. I am on the IHSA hunt seat team, the “C” rated local horse show team, and on the ANRC 2’6” riding team.  I am work study at the lesson barn. Every week, I volunteer with Ride-Like-A-Knight program. I volunteered on MLK day.

 

Why St. Andrews?

St. Andrews is a the right place for you if you want to work hard, make great friends, enjoy a beautiful campus, and interact with people that have the same interests as you

Equestrian ride for Alexandra Fullerton
Equestrian Award as a hair accessory

Faculty

I have met some wonderful professors.  All of them are very approachable and fun to talk to.  These professors care about you and I feel like they are here to help in any way possible, even if it is not in their expertise.

Experiences

We have a lot of team bonding in the equestrian program.  Eating dinner together before every home horse show is a great way to meet new people who have similar interests, which is horseback riding! It is amazing to see all of these talented riders come together from every discipline and help to make St. Andrews one of the best riding schools to date!

Riding with Alexandra Fullerton
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St. Andrews University
A branch of Webber International University
1700 Dogwood Mile
Laurinburg, NC 28352
(910) 277-5555 • (800) 763-0198 • (fax) 910-277-5020
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