Susie Biggerstaff '02
Admission Assistant
Phone: (573) 288-6305

Susie graduated from Culver-Stockton in 2002 with her Bachelor of Science degree in business administration.

Susie comes to C-SC from the Canton Veterinary Clinic where she was the office manager for six years. Prior to that, she was an assistant manager at Wal-Mart in Hannibal, Mo.

“I wanted to work in the Office of Admission so I could make a difference and help more in the community,” said Susie.

Susie is originally from O’Fallon, Ill., but has lived in the area since she attended C-SC. She and her husband, Scott, have three children - Tyler, Kinsey and Trevor. The family lives outside of Canton. In her spare time, Susie enjoys running, reading and sewing.

Tammy Logsdon
Admission & Marketing Assistant
Phone:(573) 288-6466

Tammy Logsdon joined the Culver-Stockton College Admission Office in October 2011. As the data processing manager, Tammy oversees the communication flow by organizing and logging admission information into computer programs.

Tammy graduated from Canton R-V High School and Gem City College. Before joining for the Admission Office, she worked for the Lewis County Assessor’s Office for 12 years and Blue Cross Blue Shield for five years. Her husband, Kent, is currently a scales technician. Together they have three children, Cami Ott, Kayla Wentz, and Jessie Sommers '14, and four grandchildren. Tammy enjoys reading, playing golf, and watching basketball and softball in her spare time.

Gaye Redd
Campus Visit Coordinator
Phone: (573) 288-6303

Planning a campus visit? Gaye Redd will be the person to coordinate your visit to Culver-Stockton College. She schedules activities such as campus tours, sitting in a class, meeting with professors and coaches, athletic and fine arts auditions, meeting with Financial Aid and your Admission Counselor, and so on.

Gaye has worked at Culver-Stockton College since 1992. Along with coordinating campus visits, she also performs general office duties and makes appointments for admission counselors to visit high schools and college fairs. She stresses the importance of college visits.

"Students need to visit the colleges they are interested in," Redd said. "They need to visit a class, meet with professors, talk to coaches, or even do an audition with the fine arts. It is very important to visit the college campus."

Away from the office, Gaye is very involved with her family. She and her husband Dean, have two children, Josh and Seth, both graduates of Culver-Stockton College. Gaye enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, reading, shopping, walking and aerobics.

A unique aspect about Gaye’s family is all four of her siblings live in Palmyra, Mo. Gaye lives in neighboring Taylor, Mo., less than three miles from her childhood home.