Wilson Scholar Profiles

Our Wilson Scholars carry on Miss Wilson’s legacy of love, care, and service to Montreat College and their fellow students.
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Abby, ’26

English Literature and Psychology
Work Position: Advancement Office

“Montreat College has been a huge blessing in my life. The Lord has provided so many opportunities for growth, development, and learning. From honors classes to special friendships to late study nights, I have felt God’s hand on my life. Getting the opportunity to learn about God and his creation from the guidance of wonderful professors alongside wonderful friends is something I will always be grateful for.”

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Kylie, ’27

Health Science
Working Position: Advancement Office

“I absolutely love Montreat—the small class sizes, Christ-centered education, and beautiful scenery. In my time here, I have seen so much growth academically and mentally, but, most importantly, spiritually. The small campus helps you meet people easily and develop deep relationships quickly. I have found a really solid group of friends who are all pursuing Christ and keep me accountable.”

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Nathan, ’25

Working Position: Advancement Office

“My Montreat College experience has been defined by support from every angle. Whether it is the faculty or my peers, everyone here wants you to succeed. The Montreat community constantly challenges me to hold myself to the highest standard. Without Montreat, I would not be the same person. I am grateful for this invaluable experience that is truly making me a better man.”

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Zeke, ’25

Business Administration
Working Position: President’s Office

“My Montreat College experience has been one of extreme growth and change both mentally and spiritually. My classes challenge me to think critically about the way I can impact the world. The sincere faculty, long-lasting friends, and encouraging community here at Montreat College are the crucial elements that have impacted my growth in a life-changing way.”