Megan Andrews, a junior majoring in finance and accounting, was honored today with the 2013 GEICO Achievement Award, a $1,000 scholarship that recognizes academic success, leadership and service.
“It is such an honor,” Megan said. “I’m proud to be representing Hofstra students as the recipient of this award.” The Frank G. Zarb School of Business student was honored at a special ceremony in the Student Center Atrium, where representatives from GEICO insurance and the company’s trademark gekko presented her with the award.
Megan is a Provost’s Scholar, a resident assistant, and serves in the Student Government Association as chair of the Appropriations Committee. She also was a senior orientation leader, and is a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, the international honor society for business students.
This annual GEICO Achievement Award program is open to college sophomores and juniors majoring in business, computer science, mathematics and related fields.