Kayti Stanley '18
What does being a Hotelie mean to you?
To me, being a Hotelie means being home. Due to SHA's expansive network, I know that no matter where I find myself in the world, there is always a Hotelie nearby. It gives me the utmost confidence and reassurance to know that this person—whether a stranger or classmate—will be not only someone I can connect with, but someone that I can go to in a time of need.
If you were to offer advice to incoming first-year students, what would you say?
Get to know your professors. They truly want you to succeed in every aspect of your college career, and are dedicated to helping you reach that success in any way that they can.
Which resources at Cornell and SHA have helped you the most?
The Office of Student Services and teaching assistants. I find myself visiting the OSS a minimum of once a week to discuss everything from career plans to class projects to the latest episode of Downton Abbey. The teaching assistants have also been a critical factor to my success, as they are dedicated and determined to help students master material.
"Utilize everything the SHA network has to offer. Hotelies love to help other Hotelies, and asking advice on courses and work can make a big difference."Read more »
"Being a Hotelie means you are part of the world's greatest network. Not only do you have the power of the education you've earned at the school; you also have the network and support from everyone around you, a culture that can push you to the next tier of success."Read more »
"SHA is unlike any other school in the world. It's the perfect blend of business and hospitality, providing endless opportunities in terms of career paths."Read more »
"Being a Hotelie means wanting to help others and connect, forming not only business contacts, but also deep friendships."Read more »
"The Hotel School has given me the flexibility to take a breadth and depth of classes offered in and outside the school."Read more »