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Renaud Sicard '14

Bachelor of Science Degree,
Major in Marketing, Minor in Business Technology
Byrum School of Business

“Marian University makes it easy to quickly feel a part of the community, make friends, and get help when you need it. Class sizes are small, so professors always have time for you if you need help.”

One of Sicard’s favorite places on campus is the Nina Mason Pulliam EcoLab. “I can go on a nice walk around the EcoLab and relax,” he said. Sicard also enjoys playing on the university’s soccer team. One of Sicard’s favorite memories took place on the soccer pitch. “I played my first home game,” he said, “and scored the winning goal!” Sicard is proud of his contribution to the turnaround season that resulted in Marian University’s winning record of 12-6-2 in the 2011 season.

Parisian Renaud Sicard considered three major factors in choosing to attend Marian University: the reputation of the Clark H. Byrum School of Business, the soccer program, and campus size. “Being an international student can be difficult because your family is overseas and you can feel homesick,”Sicard said.

Being involved with other international students allows Sicard to share his culture with the community, as well as gain a better understanding of other cultures. In the future, he hopes to use his bilingual skills to help a global company develop a product or a marketing idea. While he doesn’t have a certain company in mind, he aspires to make a big impact in the business world. Sicard said, “With my determination and the education Marian University has provided, I feel confident that I will achieve success in all my future endeavors.”

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