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Thomas Zwiller


Growing up in Saint Joseph, Michigan (born in North Carolina and lived part of his life in Maryland), Thomas Zwiller ’24 is a business major and Theology minor at Holy Cross College with the goal of graduating from Holy Cross and then applying to the University of Notre Dame – Mendoza College of Business, Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) program.

“My dad teaches business economics, so I have sort of grown-up around economics. After taking microeconomics, I was sold,” said Zwiller.

Why Holy Cross College

“I came to Holy Cross because I simply loved my first tour. The school seemed incredibly tight-knit, and my interactions with faculty and staff felt personal and genuine,” notes Zwiller.

Campus activities

“I currently am involved in The Observer (student-run newspaper), the Student Government Association (SGA), and WVFI (the University of Notre Dame’s student-run radio station). I got involved with the Observer because sports are a huge part of my life. I joined SGA because I thought it was important that commuters have more say in the goings-on on campus,” notes Zwiller who commutes to the College campus. “I host a radio show on WVFI because I have always enjoyed podcasts with my dad and thought it would be fascinating to try it on the other side.”

Memorable moment

“A memorable moment in my life was when I played my first snap of football; I fell in love with the game and have never looked back. I primarily write about football for The Observer, write for a professional website, and host a live stream and podcast about the NFL with a friend from high school,” said Zwiller.

Next step

“I have learned never to have concrete plans because plans can change in a moment – see COVID-19. But I would say my current plans are to graduate from Holy Cross and then Notre Dame. I plan to marry, raise three kids, and find a job I love, preferably as a sportswriter,” notes Zwiller.

Student Thomas Zwiller '24

“I came to Holy Cross because I simply loved my first tour. The school seemed incredibly tight-knit, and my interactions with faculty and staff felt personal and genuine."