Let Us Introduce You: Sarah Siebels


Let us introduce you to freshman Sarah Siebels. Siebels is from St. Louis, specifically Hazelwood, and transferred to SLU this spring from Missouri State University. She is studying business administration with a concentration in marketing. As of right now she does not have a minor but is considering  communication advertising.

After graduating with her bachelor’s degree, she plans on going to graduate school to earn her MBA. Her ideal career would be one that allows her to travel and not be chained to a desk each day, possibly a marketing manager in the sales field.

She chose SLU because of the atmosphere, community and the quality of education. She loves the campus and how she truly feels a part of the community, even as a transfer: “I feel that at SLU I am encouraged to live up to my full potential every day through the challenging education and Jesuit ideals.”

Since transferring, Siebels has become involved in many ways on campus. She is pledging Alpha Phi Omega, a service fraternity, and is a member of SLU’s Active Minds organization. Next semester she wants to join a sorority and start an intramural volleyball team.

Siebels wants to be as involved as possible in many organizations so she can meet a variety of people. She believes that expanding one’s perspective starts with interacting with new people. One can commonly find Siebels grabbing a bite to eat at her favorite place on campus, The Bill Grill, or sitting in Starbucks doing her homework. Siebels is excited for the next three and a half years here at SLU and cannot wait for what her future holds.

Q&A with Sarah

Q. What is your favorite spot in St. Louis?

I have two favorite spots. My first favorite spot is Sioux Passage Park in Florissant. The view of the Missouri River is awesome. Also, Busch Stadium because going to the Cards game is my favorite St. Louis activity.  

Q. What makes SLU unique to you?

SLU is unique to me because the community is incredible. I have been here for less than a month and I already feel like this is where I belong. Also, the opportunities at SLU are endless. There are so many different organizations and clubs to be involved in and a variety of different programs that you can’t find at every other university.

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