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Student Spotlight: Maci Rogers

Student Spotlight: Maci Rogers

by Public Relations | February 27, 2024

LATROBE, PA – Choosing a college and a major can be difficult if a student is uncertain of his or her capabilities. But that was not the case for Maci Rogers, a senior with majors in finance and marketing. She arrived at Saint Vincent College ready to take charge of her future.

“I chose Saint Vincent because I wanted to go to a smaller school with a tight-knit community,” she explained. “Saint Vincent also has a great business school, which was something that was very enticing to me.”Maci-Rogers

Rogers is adept at thinking analytically and creatively, so her selection of finance and marketing was an easy choice. SVC’s McKenna School of Business, Economics and Government supplies the necessary resources to work in both fields and have the best of both worlds.

Over the years, Rogers has been involved in numerous clubs and activities, especially those related to her future career. She is a member of the Operational Excellence Club and has been the fundraising director of the Women in Business Club. She is most proud of holding a work study for Dr. Michael Urick, dean of the McKenna School, and serving as acting president of the Finance and Accounting Club.

Rogers holds an internship with Matthews International as a financial analyst, a career she’d love to hold full-time after her graduation in 2024.

“During my internship thus far, I have been putting together a variety of reports and have been working on various other projects within the company,” she said. “One of the coolest parts about my job is that I get to communicate and work with people all over the world.”

Despite her busy lifestyle, Rogers always knows when to pull back and have fun, giving herself a chance to relax after all of the work she’s accomplished. When she’s not spending time in Sebastian’s Garden or the second floor of Aurelius Hall, Rogers enjoys listening to alternative and classic rock music. She also adores going to concerts, drinking a good iced matcha latte or boba tea, thrifting, going to record stores, horseback riding and finding new places to explore.



-Madison Kozera, English major, of Abingdon, MD