Morgan Flitt '18 is pursuing a double major in business management and sociology along with a minor in urban youth and communities. "The family-oriented nature of the Levine Scholars Program, the study abroad opportunities, the focus on civic engagement, and the people I met drew me to UNC Charlotte." She values the connection the University has to the city of Charlotte as well as its entrepreneurial spirit. "UNC Charlotte is a relatively young university. I love being in an environment that is growing so rapidly because I know that I am helping to create traditions and make history."
Morgan spent a summer in Manchester, England studying sociology. She is a research assistant on campus and volunteers in the community with organizations such as The Possibility Project, Ronald McDonald House and Safe Alliance. Morgan is a council member for UNC Charlotte's Multicultural Resource Center and also participates in the Business Honors Program.