Ashley is committed to assisting ALL football student-athletes in becoming independent and capable members of society. Wesleyan has developed a comprehensive academic support services program and encourages all of our student-athletes to take full advantage of the services we provide. We are here to assist and support our football student-athletes as they move toward their goal of obtaining a college degree.
Our personal atmosphere and connections are the number one reasons students choose Wesleyan and stay at Wesleyan.
More Facts About Me!
What’s your Hometown?
I am originally from Wilson, NC – 30 minutes away from campus! However, I have lived in Rocky Mount for the past 5 years.
Why did you choose to work at NCWU?
After working as a student ambassador in the Admissions Office during my junior and senior years, I knew I loved to work with students and families. I was offered a job in the summer of 2020, and working here for the last 2.5 years has been the best! I love my work family, as well as each new prospective student I have the privilege of helping experience the opportunities NC Wesleyan has to offer!
What School(s) did you attend and degree(s) earned:
I am a proud 2018 alumna of NC Wesleyan! I graduated with a double BA in Psychology and Criminal Justice.
What’s your Favorite eastern NC activity?
I currently live at the Rocky Mount Mills, downtown. I enjoy the coffee shop right outside my front door, as well as supporting the local breweries that also reside there!
What’s your Tip(s) for incoming students:
Get involved in as much as you can on campus. Your college experience is what you make it, and being involved in clubs, campus jobs, athletics, going to events, etc. will only enhance your experience and expose you to people from all over the world that you would not get the privilege to meet otherwise!
What’s your Tip(s) for applicants?
Visit campus! Schedule a visit, come for an Open House, and take advantage of any other opportunities to visit. There is nothing like seeing the campus in person, meeting the faculty/staff/current students, and being able to picture yourself here.
Another interesting fact about me.
I collect old teapots! My favorite thing is to go to an estate sale, thrift store, or yard sale and find teapots to add to my collection! I have tiny ones and oversized ones, and each one is unique!