- Organizations & Programs: Texas A&M Disaster Day
- Activities: MAPS (Minorities Association of Pre-med and Pre-nursing Students)
- Awards & Distinctions: UNCF Koch Scholar
JAMP-er (Joint Admissions Medical Program)
Howdy! My name is Urenna Orazulike and I am a third-year Public Health major here at Texas A&M. I was born in Philly, but moved to Nigeria when I was three where I spent a huge part of my childhood. I returned to the U.S. in 2015 and completed my high school education in Erie, Pennsylvania, graduating with thirteen other students under completion of the International Baccalaureate Diploma. Afterwards, I moved south (to Texas) where the rest of my family had settled down and, in the Fall of 2017, began my journey as an Aggie. I have since acclimated well to the warmth and spirit of the Aggie Family. In addition to my academic pursuits as a pre-med student, I am currently a member of the Minorities Association of Pre-med and Pre-Health students, the Texas Joint Admissions Medical Program, as well as the Biology Learning Community. I also work part-time as an intern at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum. In my free time, I enjoy watching movies, reading and writing, listening to music, water-painting and playing badminton.