Ramsha Gul ’25
It didn’t take long for Ramsha Gul ’25 to find her place at Bryant. With the support of faculty mentors, she discovered a passion for research and received an Outstanding Scholarly Achievement award at the 11th annual Research and Engagement Day (REDay). She credits her faculty relationships with building both her confidence and her motivation.
Why did you choose Bryant?
I wanted to experience the close faculty-to-student relationship that is so unique to Bryant. I fell in love with the size of the classes and the school in general. After researching Bryant and hearing the success stories of alumni, I knew Bryant was the only place where I would get that level of support from my peers and faculty, and that they would help me shine. It was perfect for me.
As a high school senior, one of the most anticipated moments of your life is getting your college acceptance. Bryant was the first college that accepted me. That was it for me. I knew I was going to Bryant.
What’s your favorite part of Bryant’s culture?
One of my favorite parts of Bryant’s culture is how alive the campus is all the time. Everyone is so welcoming, and they are ready to help you with whatever you need. My professors know me by name and what I want to do in my career and life. Bryant will make sure that you never feel alone or lost here. We’re like a family. We motivate each other. We struggle together. We care for each other. And most importantly, we solve real-world problems.
How have you made Bryant your own?
To get more involved on campus, I got in touch with my professors and started research my very first year. My research mentor welcomed me wholeheartedly without caring that I was a first-year student with no experience. She highlighted every small achievement that I made, which gave me confidence and motivated me to do my best every day.
What’s a highlight of your Bryant experience?
One of the highlights of my sophomore year was to present in front of the board of trustees. I was excited to represent the School of Health and Behavioral Sciences. It made me feel important. It made me feel empowered and proud that I had achieved something. It’s an experience I will never forget.
What advice would you give to future Bulldogs?
Come with an open mind, because you never know what opportunity awaits. Join activities. Join clubs. That way you make connections and find your people.
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