Alex Richey '11
B.S. in Business Administration
Admission territory: AK, AL, AZ, CA, FL (Panhandle, North, and East Central), GA (Cobb Co., Cherokee Co., Douglas Co., Southwest), HI, ID, NM, NV, OK, OR, TX, UT, WA.
Alex Richey '11
If someone were to ask me what my greatest decision ever was, I would not hesitate to respond, “attending Oglethorpe.” As a graduate of Centennial High School in Roswell, GA, I considered many factors in choosing OU, but once I pulled onto campus and witnessed the beautiful gothic architecture, and once I had the opportunity to meet some of OU’s amazing faculty, I knew that this was the place for me.
During my time at Oglethorpe I wore many different hats. I was a member of the men’s varsity basketball team for all four years, I was a Resident Assistant, and I served as President of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, the largest social fraternity on our campus. Had I chose another institution, I am certain that I would have been unable to do so much. I am truly proud to say that I was able to live my college experience to the fullest.
Most importantly, on top of my extracurricular activities I was able to receive a top- notch education from one of the premier liberal arts institutions in the country. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, I quickly began a job in corporate America, working in sales for a local firm. My heart, however, brought me back to Oglethorpe, where I am now working in the admission office as a counselor. It is my hope to attract the next promising group of students to my alma mater.
Please feel free to stop by, say hello, or contact me if you ever have any questions. I look forward to hearing from you soon!
Favorite spot on campus: Dorough Field House
Favorite OU tradition: Alumni Weekend
Favorite OU trivia: Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity has been at Oglethorpe for over 150 years.
Favorite Atlanta restaurant: Buckhead Diner
Favorite movie: The Shawshank Redemption
Most interesting place I've
been: Omaha Beach in Normandy, France (site of the 1944 D-Day invasion in WWII)