Rebecca Neumann

Students can follow Neumann’s candidate campaign on Instagram, @rebecca4queen.


Question: What is your year and major at Missouri State?

Answer: I am a senior double majoring in psychology and sociology with a minor in Sign Language studies and a certificate in Family Juvenile Support Services!

Q: Where are you from?

A: I am from Troy, Illinois, a town about 30 minutes outside of St. Louis.

Q: What organization are you representing as a candidate?

A: I am participating in Homecoming with my sorority Alpha Omicron Pi!

Q: What other organizations are you involved in at Missouri State?

A: I am involved in Fraternity and Sorority Life as a whole, including Greek Week Committee, the organization Fraternity and Sorority Leaders for Social Awareness and the Panhellenic Association’s executive board. Outside of FSL, I am involved in Student Government Association as the 2021-2022 senior class president. I have been a SOAR leader for two years, a Peer Leader and an Undergraduate Learning Assisstant. 

Q: What are some of your other hobbies outside of school?

A: I love traveling! Last Spring Break I went on a road trip to the Grand Canyon and California.  I love seeing new places and trying new things!

Q: What are your plans post-graduation?

A: I plan to pursue a Master’s degree in student affairs in higher education.  I feel so grateful that I have had such supportive administrators to work with, and I want to be that support for other student leaders.

Q: Give us one piece of advice for students experiencing their first MSU Homecoming.

A: Go to every event possible, no matter your level of involvement on campus. Even if you are not participating in the event, just being there to watch the events, meet new people and see everyone’s passion for MSU is so fun!

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