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Greg Alexander '15

gregalexander.jpgAdmissions Counselor

Greetings! Ah, yes, the troubling task of talking about myself has appeared again. Well, I shall heed the advice of the King in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland when he said, "Begin at the beginning, and go on till you come to the end: then stop."

My beginning, for the purposes of this bio, was at Catawba College. I graduated from Catawba in 2015 with a B.A. in Literature and a B.A. in Religion and Philosophy. While I was a student here, I was heavily involved in various campus activities. I was a member of the soccer team, worked as a Resident Assistant, worked as a tutor, and participated in several societies and organizations (Dead Athenian Society, Alpha Chi, Sigma Tau Delta, Phi Epsilon, and Order of the Blue and the White). Through these outlets, I have had the pleasure of discovering the best that Catawba has to offer, which is a family. Upon my decision to attend Catawba, the soccer coach at the time sent me an email that read, "Welcome to the Catawba soccer family." At Catawba, that family extends beyond its individual cohorts and encompasses the campus as a whole. I have seen, felt, and been a part of that family since day one.

For that very reason, it is an extreme honor to be able to work for my alma mater. I had a fantastic experience at Catawba, and it will be a privilege to help students find what Catawba can be for them. The personal attention that is so prevalent at Catawba ensures that no student falls through the cracks. This is the exact environment that is sought after by some students. I am excited to have the opportunity to help exhibit Catawba to those students with the result of eventually welcoming them into the Catawba family. It seems I have come to the end, so I should stop. This is me, and I look forward to working with you further.

I work with students from Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey, as well as students from various counties in North Carolina.

If ever you have questions about Catawba, the admissions process, or vague literary theories, please feel free to contact me at (704) 637-4238 or galexand@catawba.edu

 


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