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Student Spotlights

Zac "Wojo" Wokciechowski

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  1. Class Year


  2. Major

    Early Childhood Education

  3. Hometown

    Cambridge, OH

  4. Biography

    I am currently a Junior at Baldwin Wallace, where I am an Education major (Pre K-5). I also play football for the Yellow Jackets. It gets extremely hectic trying to balance out my busy schedule, but somehow I find a way to get "most" of my tasks accomplished.

    I finished last year with a 3.8 GPA, but it took a lot of work. (Still don't know how I pulled this one off). I am your average guy who likes to hang with friends and am always up for a good time.

    Some of my hobbies include; lifting, playing cornhole and videogames, hitting up the MODS, and hanging with the "HERD!!" I am extremely laid back and like to take things on when I am presented with the opportunity. I live two hours away from campus, so I enjoy staying up here and invading Cleveland in my free time.

Questions and answers

Why did you choose to attend Baldwin-Wallace?

I chose BW because of the close-knit environment. I felt like an individual when I came on my visits because the people at Baldwin Wallace did not treat me as a member of the crowd. I also wanted to play football and felt like I could make a mark on the program in my time here. To go along with those reasons; the women at BW are very nice, if you know what I mean LOL. They outnumber males here, so finding one is in your favor guys. It was one of the most important decisions I've ever made, but I know it was a great choice.

What is your favorite thing about BW?

My favorite thing about BW is that I have met so many new friends. Everyone at this college is very friendly and meeting new people is not hard at all. I also enjoy football, the REC Center, the classes and professors, and many other things.

What has BW helped you learn about yourself?

This college has had a huge impact on my life. I have learned many life lessons, even though it has only been two years since I enrolled here. I have learned not to procrastinate with school work and life. If there is something that you have to get done, then do it. Do not sit around and wait till the last minute, because it will always bite you in the end if you do. I have also learned how to be independent. Mom and Dad are not here to make sure you do things now, so you have to live on your own. I have learned how to cook (somewhat), do laundry, manage money, etc. This place has taught me a lot about myself.

What advice would you give to prospective students?

Do what makes you happy. If there is something you want to do, then go out and grab it. Do not let anyone hold you back. It is your life, and you are the one who has to live it. If you are considering BW, then give it a chance. Come on visits, meet with advisors, etc. Do whatever is necessary to make sure that you know BW is the place for you. I know it is for me. :)

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