Cecilia Surovec

Name: Cecilia Surovec 

Class Year: 2019 

Birthday: April 13, 1997 

Major: Communication 

 

Her Campus (HC): Hey there! We’re so excited to be interviewing you. At Her Campus, we want to make sure we can share all the awesome things about you to our readers. I’ve compiled some questions for you to answer, are you ready? 

 

(HC): What’s your favorite thing to do in your free time? 

(CS): My favorite thing to do in my free time is make a bunch of snacks with my friends and watch movies all day. We always have a great time and it is nice to just be lazy sometimes. 

 

 

(HC): If you could only do one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be? 

(CS): If I could only do one thing for the rest of my life it would be, to be at the beach. 

 

 

(HC): What’s the biggest obstacle you have overcame? 

(CS): One of the biggest obstacles I have overcome is probably coming to college. I never thought I was smart enough, to go to college and be successful. However, I realized if I wanted to do something I had to go after it. I studied really hard in high school and work every summer to pay for tuition. It’s not easy and college is challenging, but I still keep working hard for the future I want. 

 

(HC): Where’s your go to place for something to eat? 

(CS): My favorite place to eat on campus is definitely the shack, but my favorite place to eat off campus is Dino’s because who doesn’t love their wings? 

 

 

(HC): What do you love about Saint Vincent? 

(CS): There are a lot of things I love about St. Vincent. I love the friends that I’ve made and the memories I have will have forever. But one thing that I really love about St. Vincent is that it has given me the confidence to go after my dreams. All of my professors push to me do what I dream of doing and never settling for anything less. 

 

(HC): Give the best piece of advice you can to a freshman 

(CS): My best advice I could give to freshman is work hard. My motto is work hard, play hard. I did not take school seriously enough my freshman year and my GPA suffered because of it. So I would say work hard because it will all be worth it in the end.