Ask anyone at Hillsdale why they love it and the reply is always the same: “It’s the People.” I am grateful for my Hillsdale friends who are willing and able to converse about politics and theology, obscure indie rock bands, and every topic in between. I am also indebted to my Hillsdale professors who challenge their students, correct them gently, and encourage them both as scholars and as human beings. I found myself at Hillsdale surrounded by people I wanted to emulate, discerning them to be not only serious and inquisitive, but also witty and kind, fiercely committed to one another and to the truth.— Matt Sauer
Additional Counselor Information for Matt Sauer
Matt was born and raised in East Lansing, MI. At Hillsdale, he majored in history and minored in Latin, and was a member of the Honors Program, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Music Fraternity, Tower Players, Chamber Choir, Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honorary, and the History, Classics, and Theatre Honoraries. Some of his favorite Hillsdale memories include weekend dinners with upperclassmen, statue golf with his Simpson hall mates, and traveling to Turkey and studying at Oxford with his fellow Hillsdalians.