Finding Greatness: Christopher Hunt

Author: News Bureau
Posted: Monday, February 8, 2016 2:39 PM
Category: College of Arts and Sciences

Macon, GA

Christopher Hunt is an officer with Middle Georgia State’s newly established fraternity, Kappa Sigma.

Full Name: Christopher Hunt.

Age: 22.

Hometown and Residence: Atlanta.

High School: Grady High School, where he played football and trained in mixed martial arts.

Employment: “I am currently a full-time student working as a resident assistant and peer financial counselor.”

Degree Objective: Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.

Class Rank: Senior.

Primary Campus: Cochran.

Activities: Vice president of Kappa Sigma, vice president of Campus Activity Board, president of the MMA Club.

Career Goals: “My career goal is to work as an FBI special agent.”

He chose Middle Georgia State because … “I felt like it would be a great place to focus on work and get away from the city. Going to a school in the city would have opened me up to a lot of unnecessary distractions. MGA gave me the opportunity to discipline myself and focus on the next big thing.”

The greatest thing he discovered about Middle Georgia State after he enrolled was … “The great staff that I had an opportunity to work with as an RA and being involved with different clubs on campus. MGA helped me to expand my connection with individuals that I would not otherwise have met. MGA also gave me the opportunity to help build something new on campus – Greek life.”

His greatest academic experience so far as a Middle Georgia State student has been … “Learning to have an efficient time-managing skills. These skills that I acquired helped me to get work done and also have time to be very involved on campus.”

One thing people don’t know about him is … “I’m a very adventurous person. For fun I play paintball, build my own racing cars, zip line anything else that gets my adrenaline pumping. I have also been a boxer for over 10 years and love the sport. Training for different boxing matches helps easy my mind and enhance my critical thinking skills.”

The one person he’d most like to meet is … “Either Floyd Mayweather or Barack Obama. Floyd Mayweather is a great boxer and I would love the chance to train and become better under his supervision. Barack Obama is a great and powerful leader. Just being in his presence would inspire me to do better and great things.”

In the next five years … “I see myself applying to the FBI. Within five years I should be able to get the knowledge and experience the FBI requires to apply.”