University of Mississippi
Hello, my name is Eric and I am currently a student at the University of Mississippi in Oxford. I am a double major in Mathematics and Music Education as a saxophone player, with experience in arranging and song writing. I have one year remaining before both of my Bachelor's Degrees will be complete. I went to Caledonia High School and graduated as Salutatorian of my class. I only took the ACT two times and received a 24 the first time(summer of 9th grade) and a 26 the second time(spring of 10th grade). I should have taken it more times, but I set a goal of 25. After I met the goal, I moved on to the next goal. On the last attempt, I received a 29 sub-score on the Math section, this was before I even attempted Trigonometry or Calculus. I was also drum major of the band for two years. I was an officer of many organizations in high school: French Club, Yearbook Staff, Newspaper Staff, Beta Club, National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta(Math club), and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. I then attended ICC and was selected to be part of the honors society for community colleges, Phi Theta Kappa. I was a dedicated member of this service organization for three years and served as a Vice President one year and the President the next year. I received a few regional awards for the Mississippi-Louisiana region of the society. I also received two awards for outstanding service and dedication for being the strongest member of the society while on campus. I also received the award for the Most Outstanding Student in the Fine Arts Division of the school. I was the drum major at the community college for two years as well. I was a member of the jazz band, marching band, saxophone quartet, choir, show choir, and steel drum band. I have arranged 8 pieces of music, 2 of which have been premiered at live performances.
Hello, my name is Eric and I am currently a student at the University of Mississippi in Oxford. I am a double major in Mathematics and Music Education as a saxophone player, with experience in arranging and song writing. I have one year remaining before both of my Bachelor's Degrees will be complete. I went to Caledonia High School and graduated
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