“When I first decided to become a mathematics major, I had serious doubts. Despite acing Calculus I in high school, the CLEP placement test from Ramapo told me that I needed to start in Pre-Calculus, two levels behind what I expected. To top it all off, other math majors were starting college with AP Calculus credits and were already taking Calc II. Regardless, I studied hard to earn As in Pre-Calculus, Calculus I, and Calculus II. Since then, I’ve tutored students in all of these subjects for TAS for the past two years. In addition, I have been teaching mathematics lessons to incoming EOF freshmen for three years. With my cumulative GPA a 4.0, I was elected President of Pi Mu Epsilon, the mathematics honor society. Despite my slow start, I still managed to make it as a mathematics student at Ramapo College.” – Matthew Cicitta ’16 graduated with a degree in Mathematics and a Teacher Education Certification. He served as the President of Pi Mu Epsilon, the Mathematics Honor Society and Treasurer of Alpha Lambda Delta, the Freshman Honor Society. Matthew was inducted into Kappa Delta Pi, the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, and the Golden Key International Honor Society. He received the Cara Mychelle Hirschman Scholarship and the Presidential Scholarship.