Why attend Bluffton University?
It’s easy to connect with students and professors. The small campus is very appealing. The tutors are amazing and help him improve his studies.
What about the professors do you like?
They’re able to give specific ideas on assignments. When he has personal problems, he likes when professors are able to zero in on the problems and find solutions that can assist him.
What are you studying and why?
He is studying Accounting because he wants to understand how businesses are being run; mostly if the business is profiting or not.
Organizations that you are involved in?
He has been involved in Bible Studies, Accounting Club, Youth Camps (his church) and ICON, where he has been a member of 3 years.
What is your belief?
If someone practices something they really love, then they will become better at it.
Soccer and swimming.
Favorite Soccer team and how long have you been a fan (supporter)?
Juventus and since he was nine years old. Their playing style is what drew him in.
Advice for incoming first year students?
Encourage the students to love what they do and stay focused on their school work in order to be successful.
What is one thing about this University that helps you not to miss Zambia (his birthplace and home)?
The University feels like home to him and the friends that he has made are like his family here. The church that he attends also helps make him feel at home so he misses his home less.
Who has made an impact on your life since attending Bluffton University?
Paul Neufled Weaver has impacted his life in a great way. Weaver has shown him compassion and understating, especially when Chinyanta is going through a tough time. The university counselor has also played an impactl. There are a few others as well: Louise Matthews, Pastor Jim King, Roy Couch, Donald Fom, Ryan Laidlaw, Nate Thomas, Sam Stuckey, Chris Wagler, Ryan Johnson-Eyers (Dash), Jeremy Amstutz, Daniel Mushangwe and Appiah Adubofour.