Biology major A.J. Marshall ’21 will be working as a hospital patient care technician while studying for his MCATs, with the ultimate goal of attending medical school. A.J. says he’s always been interested in the sciences—a passion that grew at Randolph, thanks to the wealth of hands-on learning experiences. He’s interned in a variety of fields, including emergency medicine and orthopedics, and the fast-paced nature of the E.R. has always appealed to him.
A.J., a member of the men’s basketball team, chose Randolph because of the College’s appreciation for both academics and athletics.
“Traveling all the way from Florida, I wanted to ensure the college I attended had the same appreciation for myself as a student and an athlete. I also wanted to ensure it was somewhere that treats everybody like family, and this tradition has continued throughout my four years here. My time at Randolph has been filled with nothing but the best memories that I will cherish forever. Along this journey, I have made friends with teammates, peers, and faculty that I will have the support of and will support forever.”Tags: 2021 graduates, AJ Marshall '21, biology, Class of 2021, graduates, outcomes