June is a member of the leadership team for Division of Professional and Graduate Studies participating in all its strategic planning meetings and activities. June oversees the admission and enrollment processes including transfer credit and graduation eligibility. She is responsible for the oversight of the Student Services Department which includes the academic advising staff, assistant registrar, and support staff for the division. June has been with Albertus Magnus College since 2005.
Bonnie Dingus has been with Albertus Magnus College since 2004. In 2009 she was appointed Director of Curriculum Services at New Dimensions, overseeing the support of course guides, textbook selection, and instructional technology.
As the Director of Curriculum Services, Bonnie works with the Dean, Department Chairs and Directors, supporting curriculum development and evaluation processes for Division of Professional and Graduate Studies. In addition, Bonnie oversees the support systems and processes related to program and course development, application of instructional technology, learning resources, and textbook materials order and delivery for programs in the division.
Sharon is a member of the leadership team of Division of Professional and Graduate Studies with direction and oversight of the administration of academic services for the Division's programs, especially relative to off-campus sites. Along with involvement in the Division's strategic planning, she primarily oversees and supports systems, policies, and processes related to part-time instructor recruitment, selection, orientation, assignment, evaluation, mentoring, development, and payment. Sharon has been with Albertus Magnus College since 2001.
Amy has been with Albertus Magnus College since 2004. Before joining Division of Professional and Graduate Studies as an academic advisor in 2008, Amy worked in the Career Center at Albertus. Currently, Amy advises undergraduate students before they declare a major.
Amy's advice for adult learners is to follow her golden rule that “Timing is everything”, whether for registration, add/ drop periods, or most importantly staying on track with academic work. Since our module classes are accelerated over eight weeks, it is most important to keep up with course work demands.
Amy believes that “In applying to and being admitted to a degree program, our adult students have chosen to be part of a supportive academic community where they can pursue academic and career goals.” To take the journey with students as they travel this path is an honor to Amy, and she invites her students to contact her with any questions or concerns. Helping students to complete their degree is her number one priority.
Nancy has been with Albertus Magnus College since 2004. She worked in the Division of Accelerated Degree Program office as a work-study, during the summer and Christmas breaks, while she was a student, then started as a part-time employee after graduation in 2007 and continued until 2010. Nancy re-joined in December 2010 as a Recruitment Coordinator, and became an Academic Advisor in Division of Professional and Graduate Studies in July 2012. Currently her advisee's are students whose last names start with M-Z.
Nancy knows what it takes to succeed, having earned both her Associates degree, and her Bachelor's degree in Business Administration for Albertus Magnus College. She believes that, "one key to a successful College career is Communication. If you have any questions, an issue or a concern, call or email your advisor/professor/fellow students. Also, check your Albertus email regularly. Up to date information from the school, from your professor or from Division of Professional and Graduate Studies is sent via email".
Melissa joined the College as an academic advisor in May 2011. One of her special responsibilities is to administer the DSST exams. Melissa enjoys working with students of all ages as they are completing their goal of earning a college degree. She especially admires adult learners because they have made the choice to take time out of their busy life to return to school. She has been there herself, and knows how challenging it can be!
Melanie joined the college as an Academic Advisor in April 2012. She has worked with adult learners for the past four years, both as a caseworker at a non-profit literacy center and as a college admissions counselor. She enjoys getting to know students as they complete their educational programs, and she finds great satisfaction helping our adult students reach their goal of obtaining a college degree.