When Brenna graduates, she hopes to work in research, particularly research regarding neurodegenerative diseases like MS. Her advice to incoming students is, “don’t be afraid to get involved and explore what you’re interested in! Your faculty and peers are here to support you no matter what you decide.” Brenna’s favorite place on campus is on top of the library by the skylight. You might catch her grabbing a bite to ear at the taco truck off of Grand because it’s her favorite place to eat in Pullman. Brenna chose to attend WSU because she loved the energy on campus when she first visited. She became an orientation counselor because she wants to provide incoming students with the resources to succeed and create a safe space for everyone to become comfortable with Pullman and campus. Speaking of creating, Brenna loves to craft in her free time! Brenna is also involved in a handful of organizations on campus, including WSU Winter Guard, WSU Period, and the Cougar Marching Band.
We hope you love Brenna as much as we do!
Hear from Brenna
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Additionally, each orientation counselor gets paired up with another orientation counselor during our Campus Resource Tour Day. Click the link below to meet Noah, Brenna’s partner!