Meet Kyle ’17
When Arizona native Kyle Chalmers ’17 was choosing a college, he had never been to the East Coast. But he wanted to go somewhere that would encourage his sense of duty and allow him to remain involved in clubs and activities. When he stepped foot on Saint Joseph’s University’s campus, he knew he had found that place.
Kyle has never been the kind of person who likes to do just one thing at a time. His passion for getting involved stems from a core personal value that he developed during his Jesuit high school experience, and he continued that commitment during his four years at Saint Joseph’s University.
During his four years on campus, Kyle advanced to captain of the men’s tennis team, served as an orientation leader and Hawk Host tour guide, cheered on the men’s basketball team as a member of the boosters club, led first-year retreat programs and was enrolled in the Beta Gamma Sigma business honors society.
His academic activity was similarly paced. Kyle took advantage of the broad-based education at Saint Joseph’s, taking classes in economics, political science, psychology, finance and general business in his first year, exploring a mix of disciplines to fit his interests. He finished school with a double major in economics and decision and system sciences (DSS).