Tusculum College recently announced the addition of two new representatives to the Enrollment Management staff. Clay Wilkerson and Amanda McQueen have joined the office at the Greeneville and Tri-Cities locations, aiding enrolling with the Graduate and Professional Studies Department. They, along with Lindsey Seal at the Morristown site, make up the new enrollment team for the Graduate and Professional Studies program.
Wilkerson will serve the Greeneville area and McQueen will be based at the Gray site, co-located with Northeast State Community College. Along with Lindsey Seal at the Morristown site, these two will make up the new enrollment team for the Graduate and Professional Studies Program.
When asked about the GPS program and Tusculum College, Wilkerson said, “Both my sister and I are earning our degrees through Tusculum’s GPS program. While the classes are intense, there is truly no better way for someone with adult responsibilities to further their education.”
McQueen graduated from East Tennessee State University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science degree in mass communication and a minor in advertising. Previously, she worked as a graphic designer.
Wilkerson received a Bachelor of Arts degree in religion from Carson-Newman College in 2006 and is currently enrolled in the master’s degree program at Tusculum College. Before this position, Clay was a full-time youth minister and worked in Financial Aid at Tusculum College before joining the GPS staff.
We are excited to announce the new enrollment team for Northeast Tennessee,” said Karen Sartain, executive director of enrollment management for the Graduate and Professional Studies Program. “The new team is in place and ready to assist working adults who want to begin or complete their college undergraduate degree or those who are ready to begin their master’s degree program.”
Tusculum’s Graduate and Professional Studies provides working adults the opportunity to earn a college degree through a uniquely focused and practical program offered at convenient locations and on a flexible, accelerated schedule. Undergraduate degree programs include Bachelor of Science degrees in business administration and organizational management and Bachelor of Arts degrees in education and psychology with a concentration in behavioral health. Master’s degrees are offered in education, business administration and teaching.