Lyndsey HildenbrandClass year and major: Class of 2011, Communication Sciences and Disorders.

Hometown: Indianapolis

Why did you choose Butler? The moment I saw the campus and walked around it I felt like I was at home. I knew it was the place I could see myself grow. I can now say that Butler has become my family.

Most memorable experience at Butler: Being accepted into Ball State University’s graduate program in audiology. Ball State only accepts a class size of 6 to 8 students, and I was honored to be one of the applicants they selected. I have worked really hard during my time at Butler, and my acceptance has brought me one step closer to my goals.

Activities you’re involved with outside of the classroom: I am a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, and I am currently on the academic excellence committee. I also have two jobs: I work for the Office of Annual Giving as a student assistant (I have worked there since August 2007) and I nanny for a family that lives close to campus.

The most important thing you’ve have learned at Butler: The ability to balance my time. During my time here, I have been able to maintain my own personal life, while being successful in a professional and academic setting as well.


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