Letter from the Northwestern Quest Liaison
Dear Northwestern Quest Scholars,
Welcome to Northwestern University! As a Wildcat, there are tons of opportunities. Want to make your voice heard? Then join the associated student government or create your own radio station. Wondering if you can do research? Northwestern will pay you to read books, do interviews, participate in a lab, and fulfill your dream project. Want to study hard and party harder? Northwestern has Dillo day, the Fall blow-out concert, Mayfest, and much more for you to go and show everyone that you are not only smart but also fun. Do you want to give back to the community? Not only do we have tons of different community service groups on campus, but you’re also part of the Quest Scholars Network.
Since you are Quest Scholars, you get to be an automatic member of one of the most robust student groups on campus. There are 150+ people waiting for you to arrive on campus. We want to show you all that Northwestern has to offer through panel discussions and an online database of resources. Tons of social events and philanthropic events await you, such as a dinner at President Schapiro’s house and bringing high school students on campus so you can help them become Quest Scholars too. Through the Quest Scholars Network, you have access to students ranging across every school at Northwestern. That means you have a network of opportunities that ranges across the University. Because you are a Quest Scholar at Northwestern University, there will be people who will do amazing things, just like you, and we’ll be able to work collaboratively in order to help one another succeed. You have been admitted, and we'll make sure you’ll have the best four years of your life.
Daniel Nissani, Northwestern '14
Liaison & Co-President
Maria Beltran & Brandon McNamara
Secretary & Publicity Chair
Jourdin Batchelor & Liz Pinedo
Your Staff Contact
Program Associate, Quest Scholars Network