Andy Iglesias ('13) | Kinesiology

andy iglesias

Dallas, Texas

Minors: Biology and chemistry

Extracurricular activities/organizations: LYNAY, ACU Men’s Club Soccer, Body & Soul, Meals on Wheels

Favorite courses: Human Anatomy, Cardiovascular Physiology, Animal Physiology

Biggest surprise about ACU: Continued friendliness, desire, and eagerness of each professor and staff member to help every student succeed, whatever path it may be.

Advice to incoming students:  Realize your potential and achieve it! We’re all here for a reason, so make the most of it and get involved.

Why did you decide to come to ACU?

To integrate learning along with a continued challenge in my spiritual walk. I also desired to benefit from the impact of smaller classroom sizes and challenging course material.

How has ACU prepared you academically for your future?

I left almost every course knowing I gained the most out of it. Along with the benefits of increased student/professor interaction, other students also contributed to the learning of challenging course material. Theto allow for such learning to help me prepare for my future education in medical school and profession thereafter.

How has your experience at ACU impacted you?

ACU absolutely allowed and challenged me to continue in my daily walk and growth, while also allowing an opportunity to actively demonstrate this growth through volunteer and campus organizations such as LYNAY. It helped mold the type of physician I want to become in the future and why.

What have you gained through your involvement with LYNAY?

Daily motivation and encouragement in not only my studies, but in my leadership and service abilities both on and off campus, as well as in my future profession.

What do you hope to do after graduation?

Take my MCAT and apply to medical school summer of 2014.

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