The engaging professors and small class sizes in RWU’s School of Engineering were a perfect place for Tim to grow his interest in urban planning. He settled right in on RWU’s friendly campus, and is now an Orientation Advisor, an RA in the University Honors Program Living Learning Community and the president of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. Tim is especially proud of InterVarsity, a group he helped build from just three members his freshman year to more than 30 students who meet to pray, socialize and enjoy “family dinners” in the Intercultural Center. Even with those duties, Tim still finds time to run hurdles for RWU’s Track & Field team and play intramural soccer. Tim is creating community at RWU in preparation for the cities and neighborhoods he hopes to build tomorrow. What will you do?