Integrative Student Services
Our integrative student services team is made up of student affairs professionals who engineer engaging, supportive, and inclusive virtual (and later on-campus!) experiences for students. Each degree program has a dedicated team member who works to get to know and support students as individuals while also helping engage students in working together to shape community within the cohort. Students can connect with their integrative student services staff member for academic coaching, personal support, program-specific co-and extra-curricular activities, and more!
Meet the MSM program’s integrative student services staff member:
Associate Director, MSM Integrative Student Services
Student Services and International
Student Support Specialist
336-758-3854 | email
“She grew up in Vineland, NJ and attended the University of Delaware for her Bachelor’s degrees (Political Science & Sociology) and Master’s degree (Counseling). She enjoys going to concerts and traveling. In this role, she enjoys spending quality time with students by academic coaching, advising the Student Engagement Council, and hosting events for building the holistic experience for each student.”
Assistant Director, Student Organizations and Activities
336-758-5053 | email
The School of Business will also offer a number of ways to students to actively engage with our broader community, even virtually! Here are some opportunities you can expect to see this summer. Contact Jaysen Williams, Assistant Director, Student Organization and Activities with questions.
Pathways provides an opportunity for students transitioning to graduate pre-experience degree programs to connect with BIZ Deacs from similar undergraduate experiences. While each pathway and experience is unique we currently offer programming for the following pathways: Double Deacs, First Generation College, From Minority Serving Institutions, and New to the US.
Grad Meets World
Grad Meets World is a programming series that aims to provide tips, resources, and skills to graduate students as they navigate graduate school and the transition into working professionals. Such offerings may include: healthy meal prep, budgeting, and navigating new cities.
A weekly note of virtual fitness sessions and tips for BIZ Deacs looking to incorporate workouts into their weekly routines.
An opportunity for BIZ Deacs to come together building community through a biweekly virtual film viewing.
In Good Company (summer version)
During the summer we’ll take a new spin on a monthly Farrell Hall favorite. Students can expect virtual opportunities to connect with other graduate degree programs and WFUSB faculty and staff for fun interactive activities that help increase your network and create and strengthen relationships.
Learn more about WFU resources, connecting with campus partners in order to learn more about the Demon Deacon community.