• Allison Hoffmann

Allison Hoffmann

Phone: 610-409-3125
Text: 610-831-3011 

 I work specifically with students from Pennsylvania (Southern-East and Chester County). 

Getting to know Maggie

  • Hometown: Wilton, CT
  • Hobbies: Hiking, running, going to concerts, watching reality TV
  • Major(s)/minor(s) in college: Psychology and Sociology 
  • Favorite book or podcast: The Catcher in the Rye (book) and Crime Junkies (podcast)

Tip for the college search:

Visiting different types of schools can help you narrow down where you’d like to spend the next four years. You’ll know a school is the right fit if you can “see” yourself on campus!

Ursinus is a great place for:

Trying new things. With all of our academic offerings, experiential experiences, and student activities, you’re able discover endless possibilities!


Before joining the team at Ursinus, I worked as a college advisor at 6 high schools in Philadelphia, and then as an Admission Counselor at University of the Sciences. I am passionate about the opportunities a small school and liberal arts education can provide students of all backgrounds. Here at Ursinus, students have small class sizes, get to know their professors, and build a strong community. Our unique curriculum, focus on experiential experiences, and vast selection of academic programs prepare our graduates for success in the real world. I am excited about the wonderful scholarship opportunities Ursinus provides! I will be working with students interested in applying for the Abele Scholar program in my role here at Ursinus.


Franklin & Marshall College, B.A. Psychology and Sociology

Temple University, Candidate for M.Ed. in Higher Education