Student-athletes need a plan. Not just to succeed on the playing fields, but to find
the perfect balance of studies and workouts. Just ask Casie Ramsier
“I made sure I knew what I had to get done that day, what was due that week, and what
my soccer schedule was going to look like,” said Ramsier
, a senior in accounting
and All-SEC midfielder on the Auburn soccer team. Sometimes it’s easier to just want
to sleep after practice, but getting your work done first will pay off in the long
Ramsier, who was named an Academic All-American and carries a 3.94 cumulative GPA, will represent
the Harbert College of Business as its graduation marshal at the August 6 commencement. She blended her academic prowess
with a dynamic soccer career, leading the Tigers in goals (12) last season as Auburn
went 16-6-1 and reached the third round of the NCAA Tournament.
, who said she wanted to be a veterinarian before she “realized it would require more
than just playing with animals,” hopes to one day become a chief financial officer
or managing director of an investment fund. But first, the plans to further her education
within the School of Accountancy
by pursuing a Masters in Accountancy
, beginning this fall.
“(To prospective students) I would recommend the Harbert College and School of Accountancy
because they offer the best resources and faculty to help students succeed,” said Ramsier, who recently completed an internship in risk assurance at PwC in Dallas, her hometown.
“The professors (at Harbert) like what they do, they share their passion with students,
they know what they are talking about, but most of all, they care about the success
of their students. They are always there to help the students achieve their academic