I’ve been working at Texas Wesleyan since March 2011 as a secretary in the Education Graduate department, but recruiting is sort of a passion of mine. I’ve done recruiting in the past for Cottey College in Nevada, Missouri (where I first attended college) and I loved it. I am definitely a people person and love being out talking to people rather than being stuck behind a desk. I’m also a member of P.E.O., which is a philanthropic educational organization that promotes educational opportunities for women. I believe in education for all.
Why Come to Wesleyan? Wesleyan is a great place because of its history, location, and the number of students. The staff and faculty are so personable which makes one's college experience very enjoyable and unique.
What Makes Wesleyan Special to You? It feels like a home here. Sometimes people talk about the Wesleyan bubble—you just feel safe and cozy on campus. The people on campus are great. You’re not going to find these same personalities anywhere else.
Favorite Things You Like to Do I love road trips. My favorite trip was to Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. I also play the piano and I love spending time with my dog.
Favorite Movie or Book My top three favorite movies are Inception, Forrest Gump, and Big Fish. My favorite books are Being and Time and Parmenides by Martin Heidegger.
Favorite Place on Campus The Dan Waggoner Hall graduate student lounge - the views of downtown Fort Worth are fantastic.
Advice If you work hard, you get to play hard.
It’s important to see a recruiter in person because you will always think of unique questions that cannot be answered by just looking on a website. With an admissions counselor you can talk about possibilities and your dreams, and receive advice on how you can succeed at Texas Wesleyan University.