TCNJ Their Way
Curious what a typical day is like for today’s TCNJ students? See what’s changed—and what hasn’t—since your days as a student on campus.
Our cameras followed several students across campus as they attended classes, hit the practice field, met with their organizations, grabbed a bite to eat with friends, and even performed in front of a packed auditorium. See what’s changed—and what hasn’t—since your days as a student on campus.
Tom Coughlin ’11 is studying biomedical engineering and is one of TCNJ’s ambassadors.
Lloyd Woods ’10 is studying international business administration and Japanese, and is also president of TCNJ’s Aikido club.
Kyle Campisi ’10 is studying early childhood education and women and gender studies. She is also an active member of TCNJ Women’s Soccer, TCNJ Ambassadors, Kappa Delta Pi, and Iota Iota Iota.
Coleen Weber ’09 is studying psychology and interactive multimedia. She is also part of TCNJ Women’s Soccer team, ERP Lab, Psi Chi and the Office of Summer Programs.
Charles Hatch ’09 is studying accounting and finance. He is also part of the Sophomore Leadership Program and the United Vision Project with Ernst & Young, and helps run the business building coffee cart.
Posted on May 29, 2009