Curiosity and passion led Holly Johnston '17 to major in political science and religion and minor history and international studies.
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Meet Our Students and Graduates
Hear straight from students just like you. Or read stories from successful alumni who'll tell you just how far a degree in religious studies can take you.
Psychology and religious studies major Brianna Soars '13 is prepared to take a job in counterterrorism with the U.S. intelligence community.
When Allison Crowell arrived at Susquehanna in 2004, the middling Spanish student, who grew up on a rural orchard near Gettysburg, Pa., would have laughed at the notion of becoming an award-winning Spanish teacher in Washington, D.C.
Charlie Frekot '18 says his religious studies major will help him in the increasingly international world of business.
Caitlin Thistle says Susquehanna gave her the skills to succeed in international development.
While taking a few years off before going to graduate school in Northern Ireland, Madison Clark '15 is a Life Together Fellow and an AmeriCorps Teaching Fellow at Esperanza Academy, a tuition-free, independent middle school for underserved girls in Lawrence, Mass.