Cheyanne Rogers


Graduation Year – May 2027

Hometown – Williamsburg, VA

Do you speak any languages other than English? If so, which one(s)? – Yes, German

What is your major? If undecided, what field(s) are you considering? – I would like to major in Neuroscience with a minor in Leadership.

What are your career and educational goals? – I hope to obtain a Doctorate in Medicine and pursue a career in the surgical field; hopefully in orthopedics, trauma, or neurosurgery.

What are you most looking forward to about coming to CNU? – I am most looking forward to the welcoming, kind peers as well as the close-knit connections that the students are able to make with each other, the professors, and the community.

Please list the top three service areas or populations you are interested in working with as a Bonner. – Health Related, International Interest, and Gender & Sexuality Interest

What are you most looking forward to about being a Bonner? – I am excited to be a Bonner for a multitude of reasons. However, the one that is closest to my heart is the opportunity to help grow and improve a community while also being able to develop and better myself along the journey. I love being able to see the impact that hard work can have on a situation and be able to admire the true dedication of the society around me.

What past service experience has impacted you the most? – One service experience that has deeply impacted me was the Menstruation Product Drive that I participated in, organized, and advocated for in High School. This event allowed me to help provide for those who needed help in what some may view as an “embarrassing” situation without making the person feel ashamed. This drive also helped bring attention to the stigma around Women’s Health in an area where this topic is controversial.

What are your hobbies and/or interests outside of academics and Bonner? – I enjoy playing indoor and beach volleyball, going to Target, and reading.

List your favorite book, movie, musician/band, food, and/or quote. – “It’s good to be scared. It means you still have something to lose” – Richard Webber (Grey’s Anatomy)

If you were a comfort food, what would you be? – Grilled Cheese (with pepper jack for some extra spice)!

Share a little known fact about yourself. – I have been a vegetarian for over a decade!!