Student Spotlight - Iqra Huzzatun
Huzzatun Iqra is clearly a bright student. The accounting major and USF Honors College student is an active member of the exclusive Business Honors Program and the invitation-only Bulls Business Community. Given her focus on academics, it is no surprise that she has earned a 3.92 GPA during her time at USF.
However, Iqra doesn't simply study all the time. She is the Muma College of Business senator in Student Government, serves as a member of the Lynn Pippenger School of Accountancy's advisory organization, is the 2011 Cohort Delegate for the Business Honors Program, and has participated in nearly every professional development program offered at the business school. Given her active involvement in BBC programs, it is easy to see why she was tapped to serve as a resident assistant for the Bulls Business Community during the 2013-14 academic year. Last summer, she participated in the Deloitte Discovery internship program.
An international student who considers herself a global citizen, Iqra is passionate about participating in the wider community through service and leadership. She was recently elected as USF homecoming queen, has served as a mentor for the Intercultural Student Leadership Conference, and is the community liaison for Women in Business. She has also served as vice president of Future Business Leaders of America, where she won first place at the organization's state competition for business decision making. Iqra is a USF Ambassador, an opportunity that allows her to represent the university at a variety of functions, from legislative visits to international programs. Her contributions to the university and community have been recognized by her selection at a College of Business 25 Under 25 Awardee, Business Honors Exceptional Scholar, and Bulls Business Community Resident of the Year.