Carrie Ross Promoted to Associate Director of Admissions at Wake Forest University‰’s Babcock School

11.12.2007 Faculty News, General, News Release

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Carrie Ross has been promoted to associate director of admissions for the Babcock Graduate School of Management at Wake Forest University.

In her new role, Ross works directly with the full-time MBA and Master of Arts in Management programs, assisting in enrollment management and advising students during the application process. Ross is also adviser to the Babcock Ambassadors program and liaison to the Alumni Council admissions committee.

Ross previously served as assistant director of admissions at the Babcock School, where she was student recruitment team adviser and Scholars Weekend and MA open house coordinator as well as assisted international students and coordinated International Orientation.

Prior to coming to Babcock, Ross was the associate director of undergraduate admissions at Lynchburg College.

Ross has a bachelor’s degree in psychology (2000) and a master’s in education in counseling psychology and student personnel administration (2002) from James Madison University.

Wake Forest’s Babcock School offers five MBA programs: full-time, evening and fast-track executive MBA programs in Winston-Salem, and evening and Saturday MBA programs in Charlotte. The school also offers a 10-month Master of Arts Management program designed specifically for recent college graduates who have majored in liberal arts and sciences and want to learn fundamentals of business and management.