MC Spotlight: Molly Pettit

Molly Pettit

Student Spotlight

When Molly Pettit arrived at the University of Louisville in Fall 2022, she had already demonstrated exceptional academic talent, a commitment to community engagement, and a strong work ethic. Molly is a Trustees' Academic Scholar and has a cumulative GPA of 3.47. While she is a first-year student at UofL for the 2022-2023 academic year, Molly's advanced placement courses in high school have her on track to enter the Summer 2023 term with more than 60 hours completed toward her degree.

Molly is a psychology major with intentions to pursue a career in the field. She describes herself as empathetic, socially connected, and hardworking. Molly was an active and engaged member of the Metropolitan College Themed Community on campus. She completed her CAPP Resume appointment months in advance of the deadline, then followed up with her counselor to express gratitude for the guidance and assistance.

Molly has been working for UPS for over a year. Molly's supervisor has said that Molly is an awesome employee with a great attitude!

Learn more about Molly Pettit in this MC Spotlight Q&A Interview

Why did you decide to participate in the MC program?
I thought it was the most financially responsible choice to pay for tuition.

What has been your biggest challenge as a MC participant and how did you overcome these challenges?
The fact that it is graveyard shift has been a challenge, and I’ve worked with this by taking afternoon and evening classes.

How has working at UPS contributed to your personal and professional growth?
I’ve been approached for a management position so I’m learning and growing every day as well as it’s helped me create my own adult work-school-personal life schedule.

What led you to choose your major of study?
I’m so curious about the brain and the subconscious stuff we process as well as the fact that more of the brain is unknown to scientists.

What motivates and drives you to succeed while pursuing your educational goals?
I’m motivated by the fact that at the end of my degree I will be able to help people with their challenges and that it’s ok to be different. It doesn’t mean that people are broken, they are just unique.

What person(s) has been the biggest influence in your life and why?
My college roommate and my fiancé. My roommate and I bonded over our shared difficulties and goals. We push each other to do our best and work together to keep each other accountable. My fiancé has been my biggest supporter outside of school and helps me with life responsibilities when I have to focus on school work.

The End

We are proud of our current students and alumni and their incredible accomplishments! The MC Spotlight is a way for us to highlight the amazing things our current students and alumni are doing. As you read their stories, you will learn how their Metropolitan College experiences helped to shape their futures and influence their careers.

We are always on the lookout for inspiring MC Spotlight stories. If you or someone you know is interested in sharing a story with us, contact us at

Note: At Metropolitan College, we consider our alumni anyone who has ever completed coursework and received tuition benefits with us.

All Feature Stories