Enrollment Services Staff
From the moment you step foot on campus, our Enrollment Services staff is there to make your personal visit to VCSU informational and worthwhile. Meet our fantastic team that can help with any questions or concerns you have.
Hometown: Cooperstown, N.D.
Favorite part about VCSU: One of my favorite parts of VCSU is the family atmosphere we create for our students and employees. We work together to help our students become the best individual they can be.
Advice for prospective students: VCSU does not just say that we are student-oriented and provide personalized attention — we show it. We will help guide you through your academic career. Whether that be coaches building a team, faculty working one-on-one with you, or staff being there to listen and help with any concerns you have.
Hometown: Jamestown, N.D.
Favorite part about VCSU: I like meeting incoming students, learning about their goals, and being a friendly face when they arrive on campus. Another bonus is working more closely with people I know from when I was a student here.
Advice for prospective students: VCSU has been named one of the top public regional colleges in the Midwest, and we always have staff and faculty working to grow our campus and create new areas of study.
Hometown: Valley City, N.D.
Favorite part about VCSU: I love the family environment at VCSU. Both as a former student and current staff member, I have always felt that the faculty and other staff care about me.
Advice for prospective students: VCSU is a great place to not only get an education, but also get involved. Between athletics, clubs, campus jobs and events, there is always something happening to help you feel more connected.
Hometown: Mandan, N.D.
Favorite part about VCSU: Popcorn Wednesdays in the Student Center! But really, the camaraderie all over campus is the best part about VCSU. Everyone works together to make this a great place.
Advice for prospective students: Go on a campus tour, talk to faculty and current students, ask tons of questions, and do your research! This place will be your home away from home for the next four years, so it’s important that you feel comfortable and happy with your decision.
Hometown: Devils Lake, N.D.
Favorite part about VCSU: I enjoy the small size of the university. It provides an intimate environment where everyone gets to know everyone else.
Advice for prospective students: When choosing a college, be sure you make the best decision for yourself — not the best decision for someone else.