Meghana Nelluri had her pick of universities. She was accepted to the University of Florida, NYU and UNC-Chapel Hill, to name a few. She ended up enrolling at USF, thanks, in part, to the university’s emphasis on interdisciplinary study, a focus that has allowed her to not only work toward an accounting degree but add a second major and two minors. As a first-generation American, Nelluri has tried to take advantage of every opportunity. She has served in leadership roles within the Judy Genshaft Honors College Student Council, worked as a Resident Assistant and is on track to graduate in three years as part of USF’s Provost’s Scholar program. While juggling an intensive course load, Nelluri also completed a competitive internship with Deloitte, a position that has since become a full-time job offer following her graduation in 2022.
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