Meet Your Counselor
Sandra has worked in Undergraduate admissions for 5+ years and is excited to be part of the new “Post University”. The college has a new vision under the direction of our President. This along with a superior educational staff and a beautiful historical location for students will help this small hidden division II treasure grow. Come visit us and join our wonderful campus!!
Favorite Book: To Kill a Mockingbird
What’s on my iPod: David Grey, Bruce Springsteen (The Boss), Van Halen
Position: Assistant Director of Admissions
Degree: B.A. Communication Studies
College or University: Manhattanville College
Travel Territory: Fairfield County, CT; Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Orange, Rockland Counties, NY
Attending college is one of the smartest decisions you can make as a young adult. The experience paves the way for success in everything else you choose to do in life. It is not only a time for change, but more importantly, a time for growth. You will learn a lot about yourself and those around you. You will endure many challenges that, when conquered, generate a more confident individual. Through all this, you will eventually walk away with a degree that opens many doors for the next chapter in your life. In the mean time, I am here to help you in your present chapter.
Favorite Book: “In a Sunburned Country” by Bill Bryson
What’s on my iPod: Coldplay, Jason Mraz, The Kooks, Jazmine Sullivan, Bob Marley
Degree: B.A. Communication Studies, Minor Journalism; M.Ed. Higher Education
College or University: University of Rhode Island; Ohio University
Travel Territory: New London, Tolland, Windham Counties, CT; Massachusetts, Upstate NY
College does not begin and end with the job aspect. Furthering your education not only improves your quality of life as your self awareness and exposure expand, but it also has significant benefits to your community and society as a whole. Attending college gives you a well-rounded experience that allows you to become more socially effective when communicating, a tolerance for the opinions of others, and positive interactions with those that are unlike you and/or come from different backgrounds. At Post you will encounter these immediate benefits and develop the skill set to be successful in life after college. I’m dedicated to your success and value your reason for going to school.
Favorite Book: The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
What’s on my iPod: Counting Crows, Pearl Jam, Steely Dan, Journey, Jay-Z, Kanye West
Degree: B.A. in Psychology, M.S. in Entertainment Business College or University: Post University, Full Sail University
College is a time when you are able to learn about a field that you love and prepare yourself for your future. It is also a time to have fun, meet new people and make memories that you will carry with you long past graduation. College will give you the knowledge you need to succeed in the workforce and the chance to participate in many fun activities on campus. At Post you are not just a number, your professors will know who you are and will work with you to make sure you are successful. I am proud to be a Post Graduate and hope I can assist you on starting your journey to becoming a fellow alumnus!
Favorite Book: Fish, Hunger Games
What’s on my iPod: Jason Marz, Matt Nathonson, Rob Thomas, Pink, DMX, Train
Degree: B.A in Sociology
College or University: Central Connectiut State University
Travel Territory: Waterbury and New Haven, CT
Education can be an outlet, a way to enrich the soul. Throughout a college career, you are not only educated through the fields of academia, but also educated on the value of relationships, the responsibility of independence, and the luxury of life itself. College is meant to challenge you in many facets of life and will be something that will not always come easy. Well, anything easily achieved has the potential to be easily forgotten. That is why earning a degree can be a struggle, but in my opinion, a struggle that is worth enduring. Not only for the memories made collected, but the growth in character and perspective.
Favorite Book: Being and Time – by Martin Heidegger
What’s on my iPod: Nas, Currensy, The Diplomats, Kendrick Lamar, Carlos Santana, and Lincoln Park
Degree: B.S. in Business Administration
College or University: Post University
Travel Territory: Transfer Students, Military Students; Community Colleges, CT
Your college experience is more than just the degree that you pursue, but the lasting memories, endless friendships, and valuable connections that you make. This is the time to think about who you want to be, what you want to do, and where you want to be in life. College helps everyone figure out what those hopes and wants might be. Moving from high school to college closes some doors but opens many more. This is your choice to study what you like, not what you are told. Do something fun, rewarding, and beneficial and make the best of your college years!
Favorite Book: Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne and The Neverending Story by Ralph Manheim
What’s on my iPod: Jason Aldean, Kenny Chesney, Zac Brown Band, Josh Kelley, Blake Shelton
Degree: B.S. in Management
College or University: Plymouth State University
The benefits of attending and earning a college degree stretch far beyond what is learned in a classroom. The people and experience one will encounter while going to college will have a lifelong impact on the development of the individual as well as their overall success in their chosen career. The best part about education is that is endless. No matter how much you know there are always new theories and practices that continue to be tested and put into action. A college degree will provide you with the educational foundation to understand the basic principles as well as the ability to continuously apply those same practices years after you have graduated…
Favorite Book: “The Contender” by: Robert Lipsyte
What’s on my iPod:Tom Petty, Pearl Jam, Bruce Springsteen, Jay-Z, Eminem