Lupita Acosta-Roberts, B.A. Purdue University; M.A. University of Chicago | email@example.com
Academic Advisor | Mentor Coordinator | Areas of Advising: African American Studies, Anthropology, Classical Studies, Communication, Digital Criminology, Latin American and Latino Studies, Law and Society, Native American Indigenous Studies Minor, Sociology, Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Advice to students: “Continue striving for your goals, setbacks are steps to success.”
Adrienne Albrecht, B.A. Purdue University; B.S. Purdue University; MSEd Purdue University | firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Academic and Career Advising
Advice to Students: "Beginning with the end in mind is a great way to look at any new situation. What do you want your college experience to look like upon graduation? Start making steps toward that goal from the very first day at Purdue. Get involved on campus, connect with you advisor and professors, make sure you establish a weekly schedule to build in studying, fun, rest, etc. If you do this from the start, you will have created a rich, meaningful college experience upon graduation."
Brooke Armstrong | email@example.com
Yuliya Boesch, B.A. Minsk State Linguistic University, Belarus; M.S. Purdue University | firstname.lastname@example.org
Advice to Students: "Do not hesitate to ask for help. Reach out to an advisor with any questions you have. Purdue University has so many helpful resources that we can connect you with. Use your college experience as a learning opportunity. Do your best in the courses you take and reach out for help if it is needed. Get involved in student organizations and campus activities that challenge you and help you build supportive communities far from home."
Advice to students: "Never be afraid to ask for help, because the more you learn and know, the better you will be able to prepare yourself and create and follow or change your path for your future."
Joshua Dexter-Wiens, B.A. Purdue University; M.A. Purdue University | email@example.com
Assistant Director of Academic and Career Advising | Area of Advising: Communication
Advice to students: “Pick courses that interest you. Get to know your instructors by chatting with them during office hours. Avoid procrastination. Ask lots of questions. Speak up and answer questions during class. Sit towards the front of the room. Prioritize your time and...don't forget to have some fun."
Melanie Dorsey, B.A. Purdue University; M.S.M. Indiana Wesleyan | firstname.lastname@example.org Office number: 765-494-4976
Advice to students: “Try new things. Take this opportunity to learn and grow in ways you never imagined. Make connections with people, places, and new ideas. Ask for help when you need it. Build a strong network of those who believe in you...you'll need them throughout life."
Mia Giron, A.A. Oakton Community College; B.A. Dominican University; M.Ed. DePaul University | email@example.com
Majors: Art History, Industrial Design (Consumer Product Design), Integrated Studio Arts, Interior Design (Space Planning), Studio Arts & Technology, Visual Arts Education, Visual Arts Design Education, Visual Communication Design (Graphic Design)
Minors: Art and Design Studio, Art History, Dance, Electronic and Time-Based Art, Music History and Theory
Advice to Students: "Always ask when in doubt. Read before you make a decision. Take advantage of everything the Purdue campus, your academic advisor and other campus resources may offer you. HAVE FUN!!!"
Nina Haberer, J.D. | firstname.lastname@example.org
Advice to students: "Be true to yourself. Be fair to others and treat them as you want to be treated. That one's a classic for a reason! Strive for balance in all things. Laughter is the best medicine. Enjoy life and stay centered."
Britain Hamm, B.S. Western Illinois University; M.S. Western Illinois University | email@example.com
Nancy Homan, B.A., M.S. Saint Leo University, PsyD California Southern University | firstname.lastname@example.org
Advice to students: “Have fun! Try new activities and explore all that campus has to offer. Utilize all the resources that are available and join some clubs. College can be overwhelming but there are so many people who are here to help. Don't be afraid to ask, we are always here for you!"
Rachel King (she/her/hers), B.A. Purdue University, M.S. Purdue University | email@example.com
Advice to students: “College is a great time to explore different interests and skills, so don't be afraid to try new things because you might find your next passion! There are lots of great student groups and resources to help you on your journey of academic and personal growth. Don't hesitate to ask for help, your advisor can point you toward great resources to explore your academic and personal interest on campus and in the community. Use a planner or calendar to keep track of everything and try to use your time wisely because it goes fast!"
Sydney Moore, B.A. University of Michigan | firstname.lastname@example.org
Advice to students: “Try new things, meet new people, utilize on-campus resources, and never be afraid to ask for help when you need it! Use a calendar or planner to keep yourself on track. Remember your advisors and professors were once college students – we are here to help you! Go to events on campus, join a student organization, and have fun!"
Sarah Starks, B.A. Purdue University | email@example.com
Advice to students: "If you learn from defeat, you haven't really lost." -Zig Ziglar
Erica Tobe | firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic Advising Support Staff
Candace Tulore, B.A. Purdue University; M.A. Eastern Michigan University | email@example.com
Advice to students: "Get involved in student organizations and volunteer opportunities to find your community on campus. Try new things (i.e. take a course on a subject you've never heard of OR try a Den Pop flavor on the wall of the Discount Den you're never had)! Do not be afraid to fail. Your greatest power comes from your ability to learn and grow from the experiences that challenge you. Your professors WANT you to come to office hours (especially when you're struggling) - so GO! Purdue has so many resources - something for pretty much anything you may need support with - your advisor can help connect you to those resources, so ASK FOR HELP. Enjoy each moment; be present with your friends. This is cliché, but it goes by really fast!"
Coleen Williams, J.D. | firstname.lastname@example.org
Advice to students: "Take things one day at a time. College can feel overwhelming at times but just focus on what you need and want to do to make your experience a success. Don't hesitate to try new things!"