Meet the George Williams admission team! We'll be your personal guides through the admission process from your initial inquiry to a campus visit to your first day of classes. Ask us anything—we're here to help. For starters we can:
- Tell you more about George Williams from our academic offerings to our facilities and resources to the surrounding community.
- Coordinate an on-campus visit, during which you can tour campus, meet one-on-one with professors, eat lunch in the cafeteria, and get a feel for what life is like at GWC.
- Explain the various ways you can finance your education and walk you through the process and paperwork.
- Keep you apprised of important deadlines, such as for applications, scholarships and financial aid.
- Let you know about experiences unique to GWC, such as our rich curriculum based on social entrepreneurism and opportunities to volunteer within the community (and even blaze the Ice Age Trail!).
- Offer counsel on what to look for in a college and how to choose the right situation for you.
We're excited to work with you on your admission to George Williams College.
Christine Roberts, EdD
Dean of Enrollment
262-245-8516 | email@example.com
What is your educational background? BM in voice from Butler University; MS in Secondary Mathematics Education from Nova Southeastern University; Leadership Certificate from Aurora University; and EdD in Educational Administration and Leadership from George Williams College of Aurora University.
How long have you been at George Williams College? I started at George Williams College in June 2012.
How would you describe George Williams College? GWC is a wonderful combination of our historical roots with future work in human service, conservation and sustainability.
What is your favorite book? The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams.
What kind of activities are you involved with outside of work? I enjoy gardening, exercising and spending time with my husband and dogs.
Senior Admissions Counselor
262-245-8533 | firstname.lastname@example.org
What is your educational background? BS in Business Administration from Indiana University (Bloomington) and an MBA from Aurora University (Woodstock Center).
How long have you been at George Williams College? I worked at the Woodstock Center from 2012-2014 and have been at George Williams College since the spring of 2015.
How would you describe George Williams College? It's a wonderful educational opportunity for students that are passionate about our unique programs and wanting personalized attention.
What is your favorite book? I'm an avid history/biography reader so it's hard to pick one favorite, but I would list David McCullough's John Adams as a nice read.
What kind of activities are you involved with outside of work? I enjoy exercise, reading, socializing with friends and pridefully watching my son Alex's (film industry) and his wife Kristen's (veterinarian) flourishing careers.
262-245-8568 | email@example.com
What is your educational background? BS in Biology from Texas A&M University.
How long have you been at George Williams College? I started at George Williams College on December 2, 2013.
How would you describe George Williams College? George Williams College is a beautiful campus with a lot of history behind it. It is apparent from the very first visit that this is a tight-knit community that is dedicated to making sure that everyone who comes here has a positive experience—inside and outside of the classroom.
What is your favorite book? A Thousand Splendid Suns.
What kind of activities are you involved with outside of work? I love hanging out with my husband, walking my dog, traveling, finding new and interesting places to eat, and reading.
Enrollment Visit Coordinator
262-245-8669 | firstname.lastname@example.org
What is your educational background? BA in Music from Carroll University, 2001.
How long have you been at George Williams College? 11 years.
How would you describe George Williams College? George Williams College is a diamond in the rough, but when you get here and discover the beauty and history of the campus, as well as learn about the rich legacy left behind by George Williams so long ago, you realize you have an opportunity to become part of something magnificent.
What is your favorite book? I love to read, so it's hard to choose a favorite. I currently have a series of books on rotation by John Sanford, Jonathan Kellerman, Patricia Cornwell and Michael Connelly.
What kind of activities are you involved with outside of work? Aside from wrangling and entertaining my 3 kiddos, I love to cook, read, work out and shop on-line. I also have a church job which keeps me singing on a regular basis.