In my role as Assistant Director of Admission, I work with student and families through the admissions process. I work specifically with all international students as well as domestic students from Pennsylvania (North Central, Northwestern, Southwestern and Pittsburgh areas), Ohio, New Jersey (Northern), New York (Upstate, Westchester and Long Island), North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, Connecticut, Colorado, Kentucky, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee. I am also the primary contact for international students.
Getting to know Maggie
- Hometown: Doylestown, PA
- Hobbies: Traveling, fishing, shopping and attending live events like concerts or theatrical productions!
- Major(s)/minor(s) in college: Psychology
- Favorite book or podcast: Crime Junkies
Tip for the college search:
Use your admission counselor as a resource! Our favorite part of our job is helping you! The college search process can be overwhelming but you don’t have to go through it alone. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us if you need help.
Ursinus is a great place for:
Students who are academically motivated and are excited to make the most out of their 4 years on campus!
It was during my undergraduate career at Elizabethtown College that I fell in love with college admission. I worked as a tour guide all 4 years and even had the honor of running the program as a student for the second half of my college career. After graduating from Etown in 2015, I started my career in higher ed and there has been no looking back since!
On this campus, you will find a group of engaged students who desire to grow and get out of their comfort zone. My goal is to help each one of my students see all the wonderful opportunities that they can take advantage of at Ursinus. Whether it is an experience studying abroad, presenting at a conference, conducting research, or showcasing your musical talent…at Ursinus, you can do it all. My favorite part of this job is guiding students throughout their college search. So, if there is anything that I can do to help through this process, please let me know!
Elizabethtown College ’15, B.A. Psychology