Student Success: Samantha Sroczyk
Samantha Sroczyk (’19 DVM) is a second year veterinary student at Washington State University and she is interested in mixed animal medicine. She grew up in a military family, living all over the world, but has always had deep roots in Montana. Samantha has had a passion for animals and veterinary medicine for as long as anyone could remember, but it was upon returning home to Montana that this passion flourished. Samantha graduated from Montana State University in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in animal science.
Samantha spent her entire undergraduate career immersing herself in activities that would bring her closer to the veterinary profession, including working at a local veterinary clinic and volunteering at animal shelters. She was also involved in campus life as a member of various clubs and as a member of the Montana State University cheerleading squad where she was fortunate enough to have multiple opportunities to give back to the community. When she graduates in from WSU in 2019, Samantha hopes to go into private practice back in Montana, where she can work with everything from cows to cats and enjoy the mountains! In her spare time Samantha loves to be outside as much as possible, whether it is hunting, running, fishing, camping or hiking with her yellow lab, Otter. She also enjoys things like baking, reading a good book, or watching a Harry Potter movie with a cup of hot cocoa.