Britten Wallace – Aggie. Scholar.Cowgirl.
Britten Wallace is no stranger to the world of agriculture. Growing up in Allen, Oklahoma, she had the opportunity from a young age to raise cattle and go to rodeos. With age her affinity for agriculture expanded, leading her to start her own livestock operation. This experience served not only as a Supervised Agricultural Experience, but assisted Britten in attaining a state FFA degree her senior year.
“Connors has forever changed my life for the better,” said Wallace. “Being here and being involved in so many organizations has made me come out of my shell and become the well-rounded young woman I am today.”
At CSC Britten has immersed herself into various organizations. Currently she is a member of the Rodeo Team, Agricultural Ambassadors, President’s Leadership Class, the Student Government Association and Phi Theta Kappa.
Attending Allen High School, Britten was accustomed to small class sizes and the ability to receive personal attention from her teachers. These factors made CSC stand out when she began searching for the right college.
“The college seemed like a perfect fit for me,” said Wallace. “The affordability and being an agriculture school made it an easy choice.”
After completing her studies at Connors State College, Britten plans to attend Oklahoma State University and major in Agribusiness while minoring in Agriculture Communications.
“I am thankful everyday that I chose Connors State College and I can honestly say I love this place,” said Wallace. “I thank God everyday that he brought me to such a great place.”