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Academic Achievement Center

Academic Achievement Center
101 Holton Hall
1101 Mid-Campus Dr. North
Manhattan, KS 66506

785-532-6492
achievement@k-state.edu

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Holtz Hall
1005 Mid-Campus Dr. North
Manhattan, KS 66506

785-532-5703

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Meet the Ambassadors

Tess Fairbanks

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Junior in Secondary Education and Spanish

"Hello! My name is Tess Fairbanks, and I am pursuing a dual degree in Secondary Education and Spanish.  As a future teacher, I am passionate about student success!  I believe that success is just as much about the journey as the end result, and as a Student Success Ambassador I am excited to help connect students with resources to assist in this journey."

Sofia Leal

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Senior in Marketing

"My name is Sofia Leal, and I am a first-generation college student majoring in marketing with a minor entrepreneurship. I am passionate about student success because I've had personal hardships throughout college because I didn't know who to reach out to for help until I was introduced to the Academic Achievement Center at K-State. The amazing work that every AAC staff member commits to student success inspired me to also find ways to connect fellow peers with all the resources, tools, and support systems offered by K-State to help them meet thier needs and goals."

Rachel Grollmes

Rachel Grollmes

 

Junior in Communication

"My name is Rachel Grollmes. I am currently a sophomore majoring in Communication Studies and minoring in Spanish with a certaificate in Nonprofit Leadership. I am passionate about student success because I believe empowering students benefits the individual and the community as a whole, both on and off campus. It's very important for students to be aware of the opportunities and services the campus has to offer, and the Office of Student Success is integral in helping students have access to these resources!"