quinebaug valley community college

Alumni Spotlight

Ian Morrow ’14

Before Ian Morrow ’14 registered for his first class, he was at a crossroads in life—choosing between attending college and joining the military. Ultimately, he decided to enroll at QVCC.

While a student, he worked at the Learning Center, was involved with Phi Theta Kappa, Student Government Association, and the Psychology Club. He even participated in the Julius Sokenu Poetry Awards.

QVCC was Ian’s starting point,  allowing him to explore many subjects to find his interests. He recognizes that classes were only half of what the College offers and that the on-campus relationships and networking were some of the more meaningful and unique experiences.

Today, Ian is enrolled at UCONN and interning for the state archaeologist. He is a history major and life-long learner with plans to become a published author. He is working on a few of these projects now, so remember his name.

“QVCC can best be summarized for me as ‘home away from home’. I am deeply indebted to all the staff and faculty who gave me their time and their wisdom. Without the foundation provided by the QVCC community, I would not be where I am today. In short, to my teachers; thank you. To my peers; nice job. And to current students; good luck and have fun.”

                                                                                                          Ian Morrow ’14