Stuart Lee Seelman ‘17 is an International Studies major with minors in Religious and Arabic Studies from Dallas, Texas.  He is the son of Paul and Kathy Seelman.

Stuart is a distinguished student and Ross Volunteer.  During his sophomore year he was a Company F-1 Fire Team Leader, Scholastics Corporal, and Public Relations Corporal. His junior year he was the 1st Regiment Sergeant Major and he is currently the 1st Regiment Commander.

Off the quad, Stuart is involved in the United Campus Ministry in Aggieland.  He served on the leadership team from 2013 to 2016, and is the currently serving as their co-president.  Stuart also participated in the MSC Student Conference on National Affairs, serving on the External Marketing Subcommittee and Round Table Host in 2013-2014, and was the Director of Operations 2014-2015.  Stuart also studied abroad in Amman, Jordan for 10 weeks for language-intensive program in Arabic in 2015.  Stuart served as the Community Impact Intern at the United Way of the Brazos Valley for the Fall of 2016 where he gained experience in nonprofit management and civic engagement.  During the summer of 2016, Stuart was a staff member for Rebuilding Hope in New Orleans, a ministry which hosts youth groups from across the country for a weeklong program in post-Katrina construction, social justice education, and faith based activities.

Stuart plans to attend a Presbyterian seminary next year, discerning a call to military chaplaincy and parish ministry.  Stuart is an extraordinary cadet who truly enjoys helping others.  The characteristics of service and leadership he has learned during his time as a cadet will assist him in his successful future. Best of luck to you, Stuart!