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Greetings from the Office of Undergraduate Admission.
All offices are located on the 2nd floor in Nelson Hall. If we can help you in any way, please feel free to contact us at 800-892-2984, 815-226-4050 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Our fax number is 815-226-2822.
We look forward to meeting you!
Associate Vice President for Undergraduate Admission
I grew up in Machesney
Park, Ill. At Rockford University, I earned my Bachelor of Science in
Business Administration - Finance as well as my MBA in Management.
advice for you is to look at the entirety of what a university has to
offer. Do not limit yourself by making assumptions about academic
programs, student life or affordability without fully investigating
these areas with an Admission representative. Definitely visit the
university of your choice before making the final decision to enroll.
known fact: I was involved in a sting operation set up by the federal
government. I aided the investigation that led to the arrest of a group
of check counterfeiters.
Assistant Director of Admission
I grew up in Rockford, Ill.
I graduated from Elmhurst College with a Bachelor of Arts in
Interdisciplinary Communications, emphasis in Public Relations and
Advertising. I am currently pursuing my Master's degree.
can give you: Going to a university is a big decision, but don't get
overwhelmed, enjoy it. Your university years will be the best of your
Little known fact: I lived in Ireland for a year when I was a little girl.
Senior Admission Counselor
hometown is Rockford, Ill. I earned my Bachelor of Science in Business
with a concentration in Management at Rockford University, and I
completed my MBA at Rockford University.
Advice I can give you:
Don't be afraid to try new things. When opportunities are presented,
make sure you take full advantage of them so you never have to ask "what
Little known fact: I played the cello for six years.
I grew up in Rockford,
IL. I graduated from Culver-Stockton College in Missouri with a Bachelor
of Science in Speech/Theatre Education with an emphasis in English.
Invest in the University and all the experiences and opportunities it
has to offer. Don’t let your past define you. Step outside your comfort
zone and try something new. You might discover a new passion. There are
endless opportunities to build new friendships, explore new
possibilities, and learn something new. Go for it!
Little known fact: I worked as a professional actor in Los Angeles for several years. IMDb me!
Admission CounselorI grew up in Rockford Illinois and graduated from Boylan Catholic High
School. I earned my Bachelor of Science in Social Sciences with a
concentration in History at Illinois State University.
Advice I can give you: Get involved. Always remember: no deposit, no return.
Little known fact: I am a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer-having served
two years in the Federated States of Micronesia-Chuuk State.
grew up in Rockford, IL. I graduated from Marquette University with a
Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies, and a concentration on
advice to you is to take full advantage of your university experience. This is a significant time in your life that you will have amazing
opportunities both academic
and social- be it study abroad, interacting with new people from all
over the country, or joining a club on campus that is outside your
Most importantly, enjoy your time here- it goes by so
Little known fact: I’ve lived in 3 major cities in Italy and Spain.
I was born and raised in Birmingham, England. I earned my Bachelor of Science in Business at Mid-Continent University, and I completed my MBA at Rockford University.
Advice: Make the most of your time in college by enhancing your own educational experience, working hard, and having a good time while making new friends.
Little Known Fact: I received a soccer scholarship in college.
grew up in Wheaton, Illinois. I graduated from North Central College
with a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing and minors in Leadership and Human
I hope to someday pursue my Master's in Higher Education/Student
advice to you: Choosing a school is not just about the major, the food,
or how pretty the campus is. It's about the people. The students,
faculty, and staff that
will become your closest friends, mentors, and supporters over the next 4
years. So, when you visit a campus ask your admission counselor about
their college experience, sit down with a faculty member and find out
what they love about their job, and stay overnight
on campus if possible; because these are the people who are going to
help you shape the direction of your future.
known fact: The day I got my job as an Admission Counselor with
Rockford I celebrated by going zip lining for the first time!
Campus Guest Coordinator
grew up in Stillman Valley, Illinois. I graduated from Hope College
with my Bachelor of Arts in Women’s Studies with a minor in Music. I
on pursuing my MAT with Rockford University then continuing on to earn
my PhD in Women’s Studies with an emphasis on Education.
best advice I could give would be to stretch your limits and take
advantage of every opportunity that comes your way. Join a club, study
abroad, sit with someone new at lunch, take a trip to New York, do
anything to broaden your horizons and expand your view of the world.
Little known fact: I have been playing the flute for 15 years and counting!
Admission Data Specialist
My hometown is Rockford, Ill. and
I earned an Associate of Applied Science in Banking and Finance at Rock
Valley College. I graduated with my Bachelor of Science in Management
Studies degree from the BSMS program here at Rockford University!
advice I would like to give is that a university is what you make it -
be happy with it. Enjoy your education and the new friends you will
Little known fact: Tom Selleck is my favorite actor!
Christine MurrayAdmission Receptionist
I grew up in Syracuse, NY. I earned my Associate of Science in Office Technology from Onondaga Community College.
My advice to you is to enjoy your time in college!
Little known fact: I am a huge Steelers fan!