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ALEKS Placement Testing
Summer Webinar Series
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Faculty & Staff
Transfer and Commuter Ambassadors
The Office of New Student Programs is located in Suite 366 located on the third floor of the Millennium Student Center Building (MSC).
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 :00 p.m.
University of Missouri – St. Louis
Office of New Student Programs
366 Millennium Student Center
One University Boulevard
St. Louis MO 63121-4400
Our Professional Staff
Megan Green, Director | Email: email@example.com
Megan Green is the Director of New Student Programs and has been at UMSL since February 2013. Before coming to UMSL, she worked as an Assistant Director of Student Life, at Rockhurst University, where her primary responsibilities were in orientation, welcome week, family weekend, advising student organizations, and leadership development. Megan received her B.A. in Communication, Science and Disorder from Rockhurst University and M.Ed. in Higher Education and Administration from the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville. Her work with student affairs began as an undergraduate student leader in the Office of Student Activities. She continued her education and working as the Program Assistant at the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville, and then advanced as the Coordinator of New Student Programs at Southern Methodist University, where at both institutions excelled in implementing their extended orientation, welcome week, and parent programming. These opportunities have cultivated her passion for diversity education and leadership development, and given her experience in program expansion and implementation.
Andrea Maurer, Graduate Assistant | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Before coming to UMSL I worked for 2 years through AmeriCorps and the University of Missouri-Columbia as a Missouri College Advising Corps college adviser. In my role, I was placed in a low-income Missouri high school with a high percentage of first-generation students and provided them with personalized advisement and resources to get to college. I am currently pursuing an M.S.Ed. in Higher Education Administration. I graduated from The University of Missouri-Columbia (Mizzou) with a degree in International Studies-East Asian Studies, a minor in Business Administration, and a certificate in Multicultural Studies. I previously participated in service organizations at Mizzou meant to acclimate international students to the American university culture. My excitement for meeting new people and welcoming students of all backgrounds into higher education drove me to pursue this assistantship in the field of orientation. I can help answer questions about New Student Programs events and programs (NSO, TSO, Family Weekend, Triton Take-Off Weekend, etc.).
Emalie Whan, 2016 NODA Orientation Summer Intern | Email:
I am extremely excited to be the summer intern for the Office of New Student Programs! Currently, I am a graduate student in the Higher Education Student Affairs Leadership (HESAL) program at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, Colorado. My top areas of study include: Orientation and Transition, Student Activities and Programming, International Student Education and Programming. In 2010, I earned my B.S. in Business Administration and Marketing from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE). While attending SIUE, I was a leader in multiple student organizations, as well as assisted with the booking and promoting of local and national concerts in St. Louis and the Metro East (Illinois). Please stop by the Office of New Student Programs this summer––I cannot wait to meet you and help answer any questions you may have. If you want to stop by, but don’t have a specific orientation or transition question, I could talk to you about horror movies, going to concerts, music (in general), or anything related to the fantastical world of Harry Potter.