Alex Bylczynski

Liberal Studies, Sociology
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Alex Bylczynski graduated from WSU with a double major in Liberal Studies and Sociology and has been selected as the Outstanding Graduate for both! They were accepted into college at 13 years of age and started their first class at Edison State Community College at 14. Alex graduated with their Associate of Arts Degree at 16 and started at WSU during the fall semester of 2019. Now 18 years old, Alex is graduating with not only a double major, but also a certificate in Social Inequality and Diversity. They say that going to Wright State University was one of the best experiences they have had due to the openness and acceptance that the WSU has promoted on campus. The Sociology-Anthropology Department has been very kind and helpful for Alex when needing help for classes or just to talk about future goals. Sociology has been Alex’s favorite topic of study even before starting college due to the strive of understanding the world through multiple lenses of life. Alex's focus is mainly on social inequality and diversity since they have always wanted to make a difference for people of different color/ethnicity and the LGBT+ community. Alex plans to go to Illinois State University to complete their Sociology and English master's degrees so they can teach Sociology and English at community colleges. Alex has major plans to help others and help people gain the knowledge they need to help communicate and help others with understanding each other as a whole society. Alex modestly observes, “You don’t have to be smart to get through college, you just need to have the motivation to finish school and follow your dreams.”


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