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A great attitude, tireless work ethic, and care for his Jesuit brothers underpins junior Cole Hatzmann’s reputation at Jesuit. An admissions ambassador and two-year leader in the Ignatian Service Corps, Hatzmann demonstrates a deep commitment to the spiritual formation and mental health of his classmates. 

“Cole models Jesuit values, shares his well-rounded gifts, and from weekly prayer services to class retreats and student council, gives of his time and effort to ensure Jesuit programs run smoothly,” a faculty member enthusiastically described. “A three-year member of the Hope Squad, his contributions to the club have been numerous. As an ambassador his easy-going style is appreciated by his peers and our guests.”

Hatzmann has developed an extensive service record at Jesuit, including work with The Down Syndrome Guild of Dallas during special events on campus and S.O.U.L. Church. He participated in the service immersion program to Quito, Ecuador, this past summer, while a few of the service programs he has led include St. Philip’s School and Community Center and St. Nicholas House.

“Cole has a great care for his fellow brothers,” added a staff member. “He attended the first Rangers for Life meeting as a freshman and quickly took on a leadership role within the group. Cole has an energizing presence, and I am continually impressed by all the ways in which he demonstrates being a Man for Others.”

Congratulations to Cole Hatzmann ’25, Jesuit Dallas Ranger of the Week.