Dr. Sarrafan earned her BS in Biology from Ramapo College in 2010. She then attended Pacific College of Oriental Medicine where she earned her Doctorate of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Dr. Sarrafan was the recipient of the Jackie and Paul Garber Scholarship during her senior year at Ramapo. She created this scholarship to give back to the College and to help other students in the School of Theoretical and Applied Science (TAS) achieve their dreams.
- Essay Required: What does your Ramapo College education mean to you, and why did you choose to major in science?
- Junior or Senior in Theoretical and Applied Science
- G.P.A. of 3.2+
- Financial need ( for those students caught in the middle , not receiving any state or federal aid but still have unmet need).
- International students are included
“One of the most meaningful experiences I’ve had is tutoring a boy on the autism spectrum. I was able to see how much our lessons benefited him both academically and mentally. Seeing the excitement on his face means to me more than words can express. He proved to me that anything is possible if you work hard enough, and it only takes a little creativity and love to change someone’s life,” says Yuval Ashkenazi.
Yuval is from Closter, N.J. and a Computer Science major. He has been involved in the Israeli Scouts. After graduation, Yuval hopes to work in a leading high-tech company in software development.
Amy Jaglowski of Dunellen, N.J. is a Nursing major. She has a 3.61 GPA, is a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society, and is a Dean’s Scholarship recipient.
At Ramapo, Amy is active in Leaders in Service, S.A.I.L., the Nursing Student Organization, Ramapo Readers and Big Brothers, Big Sisters. She works off campus as the head counselor at a youth theater camp, serving as a teacher and stage manager. Upon graduating from Ramapo College with a BSN, she plans to attend graduate school to earn an MSN.
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