“When I first arrived at U-M I was very apprehensive as to whether or not I would fit into the culture, but within a few weeks I felt right at home and now I cannot imagine myself at another college or university.”

-- Adrienne Pack
Detroit, MI

Adrienne studies Sport Management and plans to pursue an MBA.

Why did you choose to study Sport Management at U-M?

I chose to study Sport Management here not only because I love business, but because I wanted to get a degree in something that I would enjoy learning about. My love for sports has only developed with the program, which is what I hoped to gain when I decided on Sport Management as an undergraduate major.

What are your future career plans?

Once I graduate, I plan to continue my education and pursue a Masters in Business Administration. After graduate school I would like to work in corporate marketing, as well as community relations, for a sports arena. After working in these two areas of the field and gaining the proper experience and connections, I want to open up a non-profit organization for children of all backgrounds.

Describe your transition to campus life.

My transition to college was not as difficult as I thought it would be. When I first arrived at U-M I was very apprehensive as to whether or not I would fit into the culture, but within a few weeks I felt right at home and now I cannot imagine myself at another college or university.

What extra-curricular activities are you involved in at U-M?

I am involved in a few extra-curricular activities here on campus. I am in the Black Volunteer Network (BVN), the Sport Business Association (SBA), Kinesiology Ambassadors, and I have an internship with the Athletic Marketing Department. My involvement in these activities did not hinder my grades, but has actually helped them.

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