“I chose Daemen because of the community atmosphere. As soon as you stepped on campus, you could tell it’s a tight-knit community and I couldn’t find that at any other college.”
In this video, Phillip Ceccarelli shares insight about his experience at Daemen and how he’s come into his own during his time here.
– College is more than just a degree.
It’s an experience where you can learn and improve who you are as a person.
My name is Phil Ceccarelli, and I am studying math adolescent education here at Daemen. I chose Daemen because of the community atmosphere. As soon as you stepped on campus, you could tell it’s a tight-knit community, and I couldn’t find that at any other college.
The best part about being a college student is the people on campus who are all motivated to the same goal.
I’m building my legacy here at Daemen by getting involved in the numerous clubs we have and studying hard and making friends wherever I go.
What I did to make Daemen my home was to join clubs. So I’m the President of the Math Club, I am a peer mentor, which is when upperclassmen sit-in in a freshmen class and help those freshmen with whatever they need, I’m on Daemen’s cross-country and track team, and I am an academic coach, which is free tutoring services for classes, and I’m also a math tutor in the math lab, which is a room in Duns Scotus where you can come anytime Monday through Friday for free math help.
So I’ve a really good connection with my learning community professor my first semester here at Daemen, and he’s just really supportive of all his students and really wants them to succeed.
People should consider coming to Daemen because of our community. We’re more than just a school. We’re a bunch of people who really look out for each other, and it really feels like home here. I mean, I know I’ve said it a lot, but it’s really the people here that make Daemen special.
Hi, I’m Phillip Ceccarelli, and I think you should experience Daemen for yourself.