Sarah Lang

Sarah Lang

Year: Senior

Major: Physical Therapy/ Spanish

Hometown: Ontario, NY

Activities: Health and Wellness Club, Telecounseling. Orientation Leader, Tour Guide

1. Why did you choose Daemen?

I initially chose Daemen because it's well known for Physical Therapy, and after visiting campus I fell in love with the small class-sizes and overall friendly and helpful atmosphere. I also thought it was a great location, with a lot of things to do in the surrounding area.

2. What activities are you involved in on campus?

On campus, besides being a Tour Guide, I am president of the Health and Wellness Club, and work as both a Telecounselor and an Orientation Leader.

3. What excites you about this Tour Guide position?

I am excited about being a Tour Guide because it allows me to help shape one of the first impressions that someone has about Daemen College. I have a lot of passion for my program and the college itself, and I look forward to helping prospective students feel comfortable about asking questions when it comes to a college decision.

4. Places I want to travel:

I would love to visit Australia and finally meet the pen pal that I have kept in touch with since 4th grade! I also want to travel to Europe, and possibly some Spanish-speaking countries since Spanish is my minor.

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Wow! Did you know that Daemen Physical Therapy students excel on the national licensure exam?

The Daemen College Weighted Average Ultimate Pass Rate based on the most current data as reported by the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (2009-2011) is 100%, with our graduates demonstrating first time pass rates above both state and national averages each year.

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