Today: Alana Burrell is studying computer engineering at Perimeter College. She recently completed research through the Perimeter College Summer Bridge program as part of her involvement in the Peach State Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation program (LSAMP). She hopes to graduate with her associate degree in the spring of 2018.
Alana’s Path: Getting involved in college is her key to success, she said.
“I started here as a dual enrollment student,” Alana said. “I could have gone anywhere else, but I chose to come here because of the potential for growth and development offered by this school.
As a senator for the Clarkston Campus Student Government, it’s much easier to leave a legacy and make an impact on my college than at a larger institution.”