Carly McGee is a sophomore psychology major on the women's hockey team. McGee chose Stevenson University due to the welcoming environment, small class sizes, and supportive faculty. She selected the psychology program because of the faculty's care towards helping their students succeed academically and professionally. "I can tell that they care about who I am as a person as well," said McGee. "Everybody is so nice and full of joy.  I love that I can feel comfortable talking to any person in the psychology department and feel welcomed. The professors not only want me to succeed now, but in the future as well."

Along with the support of the psychology department faculty, she receives tremendous support from the coaching staff on the hockey team. "I play ice hockey because we carry such a great culture and I love being a part of something more," said McGee.  "We have a great coaching staff that not only cares about athletics, but wants us to succeed at academics as well. I have been playing for as long as I can remember and I wanted to continue to play at a program where I felt I belonged, at Stevenson University."
McGee will be playing in a hockey game on November 10th at 7:00p.m. in the Reisterstown Sportsplex. Admissions to the game are free!