Letter from the Yale Quest Liaison
If you’re looking for Yale’s Quest Scholars Network homepage, then you’re in the right place! My name is Michael Cruciger, and I am Yale’s Quest Liaison for the 2012-2013 school year. It is my job to ensure tight communications between the QuestBridge office in California and Quest Scholars at Yale, and I will do everything in my ability to keep you updated and address your concerns. But enough about me; let me tell you more about Yale!
If you didn’t know already, Yale College is divided into twelve (soon to be fourteen!) residential colleges that give the college a somewhat smaller, personal feeling of being in a close community. This system allows for the formation of close friendships quickly and easily during your four years in college. If you prefer the larger college campus feel then it’s not a problem because you can expand beyond your residential college to as much as you would like. With either option, you will find plenty of people, clubs, extracurricular activities, and study breaks to keep you occupied for life!
What really makes Yale most special is that it’s a community where you’ll feel welcomed and supported at all times, and the Quest Scholar Network is here to help. When I think of a Yale Quest Scholar, the following words come to mind: passionate, supportive, determined, and appreciative. Here, you will find an amazing group of Quest Scholars and a growing network as well. We hope to increase Quest Scholar involvement even more during the following years through biweekly dinners, monthly activities, and increased community service. But we need YOU to get involved to make Yale’s chapter the strongest it can possibly be.
Michael Cruciger, Yale '15
Liaison & President
Bechir Auguste-Pierre & Melinda Becker
Secretary & Treasurer
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