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Ronald McCullough, Man of Greatness

Name: Ronald McCullough, Jr.

Hometown: Atlanta, GA

Major: Dual Degree Biomedical Engineering

Classification: Junior

Age: 18

Zodiac Sign: Gemini

Relationship Status: Single

IG/Twitter: @ron_elite

Snapchat: @ron_elite

What inspires you? The struggles of my ancestors. They paved the way for our success, and we can not and will not let them down.

One thing you can’t live the house without: Panther PAW Card

Short-term goals: Finish my bachelor’s and master’s degree

Long-term goals: World’s Youngest Astronaut and open my own HBCU

Favorite movie:  2001 Space Odyssey

Favorite food: Lobster

Favorite color: Purple

Favorite quote: “ I came, I saw, and I conquered.”

Hobbies: Basketball and thrift shopping

Favorite Hangout spot: The Honors Program Trailer

Why CAU? My mom was alumni of CAU and my father attended an HBCU. It wasn’t until I saw the OGs that made me want to attend here.

Organizations on and off campus: Isabella T. Jenkins Honors Program, E-board member of the Student Ambassadors, Orientation Guide Core, HBCU Rising Cares Mentor Program, Co-Owner of Family Daycare and Afterschool Program

One piece of advice: If you have a cannon, shoot it. (Everyone has something special, and they should use it.)

Aspirations after college: To inspire more black men to attend and graduate from college.

Why did you become an Orientation Guide? To instill the sense of greatness my previous orientation guides instilled in me.

Why did you start college early? Graduated high school at 15. I have a hunger for education that my parents instilled in me.

Advice for prospective freshman? If no one is talking about you, then you’re not doing anything. Be you, be great because you are great.

Interesting Fact: I’m an old soul—meaning I like old music and connecting with older people.

Favorite sneaker: Reebok Pump

Why an HBCU? I’m really big on black power and the advancement of my people.

What would like to leave behind when you graduate from CAU? A good ol’ sense of panther pride


Thank you so much Ron for being this week’s Campus Celebrity. You are doing amazing things; never stop grinding!

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