Rawlins Brant from Agency, MO, has been selected as North Central Missouri College’s Outstanding Student for February. Rawlins is a Missouri A+ scholarship student pursuing an associate in science degree and plans to graduate this May. After graduating from NCMC, Rawlins intends to transfer to Truman State University to obtain a bachelor’s degree in exercise science and continue to play collegiate baseball. Rawlins’s career goal is to become a chiropractor.
Rawlins lives on campus and plays on the Pirates baseball team. He also is involved in the BSU (Baptist Student Union) and a member of the PTK (Phi Theta Kappa) honor society. His favorite classes are Biology with Instructor Dr. Susan Stull and Anatomy with Instructor Annette Wilbur. Rawlins said, “I learned the most in these classes; Science comes easy to me, and I enjoy it.”
Rawlins went on to say, “I came to NCMC for the small class sizes and the ability to receive one-on-one help. I appreciate all the academic resources that have helped me succeed in my classes. NCMC has given me the opportunity to play collegiate baseball and continue to play after graduating. It has been an affordable start to my education.”
Each month, a student is nominated by a faculty or staff member to be featured as an Outstanding Student based on their dedication to educational success, attitude toward learning, and hard work in their field and activities.
To learn more about NCMC, visit www.ncmissouri.edu/ or contact the Admissions Department at 660-359-3948.
Photo: Rawlins Brant in front of Geyer Hall