The professors of Wroxton College pushed my academic limits in ways that I had never before experienced. Every day was met with a new analytical challenge. It was an honor to be recognized as the highest achieving student in Dr. Baldwin’s Anatomy of Contemporary Britain course because he, like all the professors at Wroxton, hold their students to the highest of standards. But make no mistake, Wroxton’s excellence is not limited to the classroom. The staff of the school, including the housekeepers, kitchen chefs, administrative office workers, librarian (Andrew), handyman/choir teacher (John), and groundskeeper of over 50 years, Robert, all exemplify joyful dedication to their work. To study abroad at Wroxton is a humbling experience, filled with incredible highs from traveling, to challenging lows of home sickness. All-inclusive weekend trips to Edinburgh, Paris, and London make one feel like they’re living in a dream. Weekly trips to museums, old ruins, and historical landmarks make one appreciative of all the beauty and complexity that England has to offer. One leaves Wroxton better than when they arrived. It is the very reason I chose to invest my time and money as a student of Fairleigh Dickinson University. FDU, simply put, cannot afford to lose Wroxton College. I am proud to call myself an alumnus of Wroxton and have thought fondly on my memories made there nearly every day since.