Molly Kovarik is a senior at Marian University majoring in forensic science with a double minor in chemistry and biology. Molly is a member of the Forensic Science Association and has played basketball and soccer for Marian for the past four year.

“I grew up in a small town, Lake Geneva, in southern Wisconsin with 3 siblings. Growing up was hectic. But I played sports and was involved when I was younger. My parents own a hardware store, so my siblings and I all worked there and that’s how we got to know a lot of people in the community. I love sports, being active, and working out. I also like to draw.

I’m not sure what I want to do right away after college. I think I want to get my masters, I’m just not sure when to attack that. I can picture myself doing a lot of different things. I’m still trying to figure out what I want to do after I graduate.

I first chose Marian University because of the major, but then I was able to play sports and I just really like the feel of Marian too. It was small enough I could be involved in a lot of different things like sports, the honors program, and Model UN, and it’s a lot but I can do it because the faculty and staff are willing to work around my schedule which is huge. I know that what I’m going to miss the most when I graduate is the whole atmosphere. The people, my friends, coaches, and a lot of the staff too.”