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Why Dillon Martinez chose our Dual Degree Program
"My experience being involved in the Dual Degree Program here at Wash. U. has been amazing. I would have to attribute a good portion of that to my fellow Dual Degree students. We all come from different backgrounds, with diverse personalities, and contribute each in our own way to the melting pot that is this program. From this melting pot, we have formed a community that has provided assistance, comfort, friendship, and fun.
This program has also opened a doorway into a level of academia that I have never seen before. For the record, Washington University in St. Louis is hard! That’s one of the reasons it is recognized as a great institution. With this higher degree of difficulty, I have been constantly pushed and passed my academic limits. That was what I came here for.
My experience at Wash U. hasn’t been strictly academic. I have had the opportunity to become involved in a few of the many student groups on campus. My most memorable would have to be Carnival. This a Latin dance performance put on by students in the spring semester. I learned and performed tango.”
Dillon MartinezYear: Class of 2014Major: Biomedical Engineering (BS)/Systems Science & Mathematics (MS)Affiliated School: Greenville College
Learn more about the Dual Degree Program at Washington University in St. Louis.

Why Dillon Martinez chose our Dual Degree Program

"My experience being involved in the Dual Degree Program here at Wash. U. has been amazing. I would have to attribute a good portion of that to my fellow Dual Degree students. We all come from different backgrounds, with diverse personalities, and contribute each in our own way to the melting pot that is this program. From this melting pot, we have formed a community that has provided assistance, comfort, friendship, and fun.

This program has also opened a doorway into a level of academia that I have never seen before. For the record, Washington University in St. Louis is hard! That’s one of the reasons it is recognized as a great institution. With this higher degree of difficulty, I have been constantly pushed and passed my academic limits. That was what I came here for.

My experience at Wash U. hasn’t been strictly academic. I have had the opportunity to become involved in a few of the many student groups on campus. My most memorable would have to be Carnival. This a Latin dance performance put on by students in the spring semester. I learned and performed tango.”

Dillon Martinez
Year: Class of 2014
Major: Biomedical Engineering (BS)/Systems Science & Mathematics (MS)
Affiliated School: Greenville College

Learn more about the Dual Degree Program at Washington University in St. Louis.