“Stephanie has come to learn that helping other lives brightens her own.”
Three years ago Stephanie Moss came to Florida State on a Bright Futures Scholarship. Since that time, she has worked to ensure her future is indeed bright.
A child of a military family that has lived overseas, including Japan and Great Britain, Stephanie came to FSU ready to enjoy the “various types of people” and to partake of “the vast resources and programs that are offered.” She has been the social chair for the Golden Key International Honor Society, has served on several concert and art committees for Union Productions, and has joined the International Interior Design Association. As a member of the World Affairs Program, she was able to travel to San Francisco and take part in debate competitions.
Stephanie has come to learn that helping other lives brightens her own. She has helped build houses for Habitat for Humanity, mentored fellow students through the CARE Program, introduced the University to incoming students as an Orientation Leader, and helped the residents of McCollum Hall achieve the Small Hall honor.
She has also done well academically, appearing on the Dean’s List and joining the Golden Key International Honor Society.
Stephanie, however, does not take full credit. She credits her professors, who “are brilliant and constantly challenge me,” and the University—“I am receiving a well-rounded education, preparing for the real world. This place is simply amazing.”