Counselors

Misty McBee '02
, M.S.Ed. Executive Director of Admission
 & College MarketingMisty McBee
Ph:(573) 288-6507, Email: mmcbee@culver.edu

Favorites about Culver-Stockton:  Matriculation ceremony for new students.  It’s a big tradition when students are led up the front steps of Johnson Hall (formerly Culver-Stockton Hall) to sign the book and become official students.
Why you enjoy working in admission:  I found my career in admission after teaching public school for a few years.  I enjoy sharing C-SC students’ unique experiences with prospective students and their parents.
Interesting Fact:  I sang the National Anthem solo when I was in high school two different times at the Kansas City Royals game.

Jenna Crabtree

Jenna Crabtree
, Admission Coordinator, Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing

Ph:(573) 288-6302, 
Email: jcrabtree@culver.edu

Favorites: I love the private school atmosphere, everyone is friendly and keeps the students best interest in mind.
Why you enjoy working in admission: I enjoy helping students start on the path to achieve their dream of becoming a nurse in order to help others.
Interesting Fact: I did ballet/danced for 18 years

Brandon Crisp '07, M.Ed. Assistant Director of Admission, Coordinator of Online & Graduate Admission
Ph: (573) 288-6456, Email: bcrisp@culver.edu

Favorites about Culver-Stockton: The close-knit feel of the community has always made Canton a very special place for me.  Culver gave me the opportunity to flourish in a hands-on and innovative learning environment.
Why you enjoy working in admission: My goal is to help incoming students pursue their social and academic interests, and help them becoming outstanding people during the process.
Interesting Fact: While attending C-SC, Brandon was part of the 2006 baseball team that won a conference and regional championship.

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Ph:(573) 288-6467, 
Email: dlovelace@culver.edu

Favorites about Culver-Stockton: My favorite aspect of Culver is the tight-knit community feel. Everyone supports each other, which makes it a great environment to be in.
Why you enjoy working in admission: I love meeting new people and having that positive influence on a college decision. Seeing my students be successful here is such a great feeling!
Interesting Fact: I am left handed. Also, when I sneeze it's a lot, like 5-50 times in 20 minutes. Ridiculous!

Ciara MackeyCiara Mackey '14, Admission Counselor
Ph: (573)288-6464, Email: cmackey@culver.edu

Favorites about Culver-Stockton: I love the atmosphere at Culver. Everyone, students and staff is always so nice and welcoming. I believe I have made life long friends at Culver-Stockton because of the close knit atmosphere.
Why you enjoy working in admission: I love helping and building relationships with students and meeting new people. I am originally from the Chicago area, so being able to recruit from the Chicago area and have students interested in Culver is an awesome feeling.
Interesting Fact: I Irish danced growing up and competed in many competitions. I received "High Point" which is the best overall dancer of my age group.

Erica Mitchell, Admission Counselor EricaMitchell.jpg
Ph: (573) 288-6469, Email: emitchell@culver.edu

Favorites about Culver-Stockton: How personable everyone is. Everyone you encounter says hello. I went to a much larger school and it was not like that there.
Why you enjoy working in admission: I get to help people. I love being able to make a difference in people’s lives and helping students have the easiest possible transition to college. Going to college can be scary, because there is so much to know. So I like being able to come in and help with that process.
Unique Fact: I was the Adams County Illinois Fair Queen in 2011. I am still involved with the Pageant and I get to help new girls be successful.

Morgan Mohr, Senior Admission Counselor
Ph: (573) 288-6477, Email: mmohr@culver.edu

Favorites about Culver-Stockton: How connected everyone is. The tight-knit feel of campus makes it feel like home.
Why you enjoy working in admission: I love meeting new people. Helping new students through the admission process and then officially seeing them on campus is very exciting.
Unique fact about yourself: I enjoy running in multiple 5K's a year.

Sierra Otte, Admission CouselorSierra_Otte.jpg
Ph: (573) 288-6462, Email: sotte@culver.edu

Favorites of Culver-Stockton College: The family-like atmosphere. Everyone here is so welcoming. We have the friendliest campus I have ever seen.
Why you enjoy working in admission: Working with students to help them find their right college fit. Culver-Stockton College offers so many amazing opportunities and it is fun to share that with students.
Interesting Fact: I make a lot of my own beauty products and home goods. I like living as naturally as possible.

Jessica Sommers '15, Admission CounselorJessica Sommers.jpg
Ph: (573) 288-6506, Email: jsommers@culver.edu

Favorites of Culver:  I love the atmosphere on campus.  When going here as a student I felt like part of a family, not just a number on campus.  I love the small community and how involved everyone in Canton is also involved in Culver.
Why you enjoy working in admission:I love helping students choose the right college for them.  Choosing a college is a big decision and can make a difference in who you become as a person.  I like being part of that process for all my students.
Interesting Fact:I was born on Leap Year. 02/29/1992

Danielle Hedges '11, Admission CounselorDanielleWillsonWeb.jpg
Ph: (573) 288-6309, Email: dhedges@culver.edu

Favorites about Culver-Stockton: The community and the beautiful view. When I was astudent here, my friends and professors would come to our softball games and that meant a lot to me. I was always known by name, not a number. You get to know people really well here.
Why you enjoy working in admission: I love the school atmosphere and I like to help people. It is nice to help people find the appropriate school for them.
Interesting fact: I have camped and climbed a waterfall in Alaska. I have a friend I met when we were students at C-SC who is from Alaska, and I got to go visit him for 10 days.

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