Alumni Success Stories

As her graduation from Hastings College neared, Hannah Jensen ‘15 wasn’t sure exactly how she would apply her double major in piano performance and music education outside of college. Little did she know, an opportunity to combine music and serving others would present itself to her, providing her with an ...Read more
Matt Seeley’s sculptures might last only a few days, but for him, that’s part of the beauty of ephemeral art. Seeley ’88, a systems engineer, sculpts large-scale creations with snow, creating jumbo characters like a... Read more
Molly Sutter '16 stays pretty busy with her job of teaching mathematics and as the assistant coach of the cross country teams in Louisville, Nebraska. Read more
Alumnus Ryan Rogers '08 works as the human resources manager at Gavilon Group in Omaha, Nebraska, where he is married to Jossy Rogers, another HC alum. Read more
Brady and Jillian (Heiden) Fickenscher were assigned to each other as study partners their freshman year. Today, they are married and both work at York Medical Clinic. Read more
As a recent graduate, alumna Maggie Vaughan '16 has already landed herself the director of talent solutions at the Hastings Economic Development Corporation in Hastings, Nebraska. Read more
Hull received a solid foundation and preparation from Hastings College for grad school where he's studying trumpet performance. Read more
The education major and former HC student-athlete knows just how to balance the two! Read more
The free performance is December 4 at 3:00 p.m. in Lynn Farrell Arena, and for the first time, a livestream will be available at hastings.edu/messiah . Since 1928, Hastings College has organized a performance of... Read more
Alumna Sarah Kuester '06 decided to take a leap of faith and open her own creative studio to teach art classes. */ Read more
After graduating from Hastings College, Shawn Bydalek attended medical school for a few months before deciding it wasn't the path he wanted to take. Now, as a soon-to-be graduate student at the University of Northern Colorado, Bydalek considers what to do next. Read more