Matthew Keller, SPRING HILL COLLEGE 2015, was initiated into the Theta Mu chapter during the spring of his freshman year. He served his chapter as Pro Consul, Annotator, philanthropy chairman in charge of the groups Derby Days events. Keller was also involved with Spring Hill College's student government association, serving as its secretary of student life, secretary of the treasury, student body vice president and was named the organization's 2012 to 2013 member of the year. Spring Hill College also presented Keller with its Student Life Achievement Award, which is given to one graduating senior who has contributed the most to the quality of campus life through their participation in co-curricular activities and leadership positions. Keller was also honored with the most prestigious award given by the college, the Ignatian Award, which is given to one graduating male and one graduating female student who have fulfilled best the ideals of Jesuit education for scholarship, leadership and service. He graduated Spring Hill College as summa cum laude, with a 3.95 GPA.
Keller is an M.D. candidate at Saint Louis University School of Medicine with the class of 2019. Beginning summer 2016, he will be doing clinical research with the Voice Center at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville, Tenn., and continuing to coach a local swim team back home in Nashville.