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Student Profile: Taylor Veve, '20, Communication/Business Administration


Morristown, N.J. (January 7, 2020) – While her classmates were just about to enter high school, Taylor Veve, '20, was already preparing for college. As an eighth grader, Veve possessed the foresight to apply to a prestigious pre-collegiate program at her high school. She was only one of 25 students accepted and was required to follow a rigorous curriculum.

"I knew from a very young age that I wanted to go to college," explains Veve, a first-generation college student studying both communication and business administration at SEU. "I love learning new things and challenging myself in the classroom."

Due to Veve's participation in this program, she graduated from Central Regional High School in Bayville, N.J. with 18 college credits. Eager to continue her studies, Veve applied to SEU and her impressive academic record earned her SEU's Presidential Scholarship.

"An education can take you so many places," says Veve, a member of SEU's soccer and basketball teams. "You can always get hurt and lose your ability to play sports, but an education can never be taken from you."

This summer, Veve applied the education she's received at SEU to her internship with local radio station, 100.1 WRJZ. While there, Veve worked promotional events, helped edit videos, assisted the jockeys and got the chance to network with a variety of people. Since Veve intends on becoming a news anchor after graduating from SEU, this internship provided her with vital experience in the field of communication.

"The key to understanding other people is learning their stories," says Veve. "As a news anchor, I want to promote understanding between people to foster a more peaceful environment."