Transition Programs

Meet the Teal Bridge Student Programmers and Mentors

Ashton Inman

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Ashton Inman

Teal Bridge Student Coordinator

Hey everyone! My name is Ashton and I am the Student Coordinator for Teal Bridge this year!

I am a senior, business management major and will be graduating in May!I don't have a hometown due to the fact that my dad is now retired military. I transferred in the fall of 2014 from Arizona State University.

I became involved in Teal Bridge as a mentee my first semester at UNCW and met one of my best friends turned roommate through this program. I have now been a mentor for two semesters and I am excited to continue on with this program. I can't wait to meet everyone and start having events!

Advice for Transfer Students:

Don't give up or get discouraged. Don't be afraid to try things more than once.

Bradley Beckham

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Bradley Beckham

Mentor

Hi! My name is Bradley Beckham, and I am from Raleigh, NC.

I transferred to UNCW in 2015 and joined Teal Bridge! Words cannot express how grateful I am to have met the individuals involved, they are truly life-long friends! The mentors were friendly, and helped me with any type of question I had, whether it was about campus, other clubs, jobs or about Wilmington.

I am 23 years old, and a senior at UNCW; I graduate in December and I may apply to grad or professional school; I will graduate with a degree in political science and a minor in English.

Advice for Transfer Students: Stay positive and NEVER give up!

Kristn

Kristen Reed

Mentor

Kristen is a "military move-arounder" and is a Junior majoring in Exercise Science. She transferred from Methodist University.

Advice for Transfer Students:

One of the most common pieces of advice you will hear as a transfer student is to get involved. My piece of advice does require involvement, but I believe it goes beyond simply getting involved. You have to go outside of your comfort zone and make an effort to really branch out and try new things and meet new people. I can say from personal experience, no matter how many clubs or organizations you join, if you never make an effort to connect with people, you will always be left wondering where your place is.