USC Union Alumni Spotlight – Annalee Wyatt

Annalee Wyatt was a dual-enrollment (concurrent) student at USC Union during her senior year of high school in 2017-2018, a student in the Associates of Arts degree pathway during the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 academic years, as well as a student in the Palmetto College seeking the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies during the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 academic years. She graduated with her Associates degree in May 2020 and with her Bachelors in April 2022.

Upon graduating with her Associates, she continued her education with the Palmetto College by way of the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies program at USC Union. Additionally, after completing her Bachelors degree in Spring 2022, she was accepted into Graduate School at USC Columbia to study Speech-Language Pathology beginning in Fall 2022. 

During her time as a student, Annalee served as a tutor for a variety of disciplines in the Students Academic Success Center and helped plan and execute campus events. 

Today, Annalee, is currently serving as a Financial Aid Counselor at USC Union while also attending graduate school.

When asked to share some of her thoughts about USC Union, Annalee said, “Personally, USC Union has come to mean many things to me. It’s a place where I was given the freedom and encouragement to explore all my interests; a place where I have made lifelong friends; and most importantly it has come to be a place that is like second family to me because of the close relationships that I have built with individuals I have met during my time on campus.” 

She continued with, “My advice to newly enrolled students and/or potential students would be to keep an open mind when encountering new experiences for the first time while at USC Union, and to get involved! Many of my favorite memories during my time on campus have been made at campus events, in the student lounge, and in the Academic Student Success Center. You never know what the people around you can add to your life until you reach out and connect with them!”

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