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Victoria Johnson

Victoria Johnson

Management Junior from Ashburn, Virginia

"My number one piece of advice I have for students is to get your work done before you do anything else. During your college years, there will be A LOT of things that will compete for your time. Part of the whole 'college experience' is having a social life and enjoying your time; however, if you don’t get your priorities in check, you won’t be in college long enough to enjoy the social aspect of it."

Extracurriculars: Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL)

Favorite Place on Campus: My favorite place on campus has to be the spot behind the Business & Economics Building. It has a nice little view and it’s so quiet. It’s the perfect spot to get away when you need a break in between classes, while still being on campus and enjoying all that WVU is.

Favorites: I am a HUGE book person and I love to travel. I try to take as many opportunities as I can to see new places when I can, even if they aren’t the biggest cities in the world.

  • Food: Bacon
  • Color: Pink
  • Book: Keeper of the Doves by Betsy Cromer Byars
  • Book Series: Witch & Wizard by James Patterson or Fallen by Lauren Kate
  • Season: Summer
  • Class: Economics 301, Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
  • Teachers: Michael Sacks (from B&E) or Joseph Snow (World Religions Professor)

Why do you love WVU? I love WVU because there is such a sense of family among all of us. You could be in another country and see someone with a Flying WV hat on, or be walking though the most random place and hear “LET”S GO MOUNTAINEERS!!!” I love B&E because the faculty and staff here genuinely care about the students. There are so many resources available to us here, and you could walk into a random professor’s office and ask them for help on an obscure problem, and if they don’t know how to help you, they’ll point you to the direction of someone who does.