Name: Hunter Queen
Hometown: Spartanburg, S.C.
Year in School: Senior
Major: Hospitality Resort Tourism Management
Hunter Queen will graduate this weekend. Receiving a college diploma is a big deal for anyone, but the achievement might be a little more special for Hunter. He is a first-generation college student and says that reaching this point has been one of his most sought-after goals.
A senior from Spartanburg, S.C., Hunter came to CCU for the very unique PGA Golf Management program. With the aspiration to become a golf pro along with the desire to play the game year round, it is easy to see why he became a Chanticleer.
Hunter calls himself “strong-willed” and most people won’t argue with that. When he walks across that stage this weekend, he will undoubtedly make his family very proud. Congratulations and best of luck to Hunter Queen.
Q&A with Hunter
How did you hear about Coastal?: I heard about Coastal Carolina University when I traveled to Myrtle Beach on vacation.
Why did you come to Coastal?: What attracted me to Coastal was the unique PGM program.
Favorite professor: My favorite professor is Karen Sauls.
Favorite class: Business Law
Favorite aspect of Coastal?: I would have to say the size of the campus.
Favorite aspect of living in the Conway/Myrtle Beach area?: As a PGM student, I would have to say the year round golf.
Plans after graduation?: After I graduate, my goal is to find a job as an assistant golf pro.
What are your hobbies?: I enjoy shooting sports.
Do you have any hidden talents?: I have a pretty good ability of remembering random facts.
Bonus Info: I am fanatical about cars. If it has four wheels, I am interested.