CHICAGO - Loyola University Chicago Quinlan School of Business student Morgan Olszewski, was honored last night at the Ramblers men’s volleyball match versus No. 2 Ohio State as part of the PNC Student Achievers program. The PNC Student Achievers program is designed to acknowledge deserving Loyola students who display well-rounded achievement and leadership in the classroom, in the community and in competition.
Four students will be selected annually and recognized during a high-profile Loyola athletics event as part of the partnership between PNC Bank and Loyola University Chicago.
“We are very excited about our continued partnership with PNC Bank and the addition of the Student Achievers program in 2017,” Loyola Senior Associate Athletics Director for External Operations Tom Sorboro said. “The student recognition platform further demonstrates PNC’s commitment to the University community and to our shared values of leadership and excellence.”
Olszewski will be graduating in May with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, management major, with a minor in Spanish and pre-med. She will be continuing at Loyola, working toward her MBA in entrepreneurship and business ethics. A member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and the Society for Collegiate Leadership and Achievement, Olszewski also volunteers as a medical intern at the University of Chicago’s Comer Children’s Hospital and is an executive board member and chapter president of Best Buddies at Loyola.
The student-athlete Student Achievers will be announced and recognized during the Weekend of Excellence awards ceremony on April 22.