Orientation Team Advisors
Brittany Fischer is a senior at Ursuline College and a junior nursing student. Brittany transferred to Ursuline College after 2 years at Lorain County Community College in her home town Elyria. This is her first year on the orientation team, and she is very excited to be serving as an Orientation Team Advisor. She is employed at Discount Drug Mart as a Qualified Pharmacy Technician Brittany is also co-captain of the Ursuline Dancing Arrows and loves being on the dance team because it is a great way to get involved, relieve stress, and stay fit. She wants new students to know that the Ursuline community is truly a family and we welcome all of you with open arms.
Colette Bauer is a senior psychology major and an Orientation Team Advisor. She spent last year as an Orientation Arrow and is excited about her new leadership role with Orientation. Colette is a member of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, as well as the treasurer for the Student Art Organization for Peace and Justice. She works at Ursuline as the Psychology tutor for URSA. Colette's favorite part about being a student at Ursuline is that there is a place for everyone to thrive and be their own person! She is going to miss Ursuline very much when she graduates this year!
Rebecca Bittala has been on the Orientation Team for three years, and this is her second year as an Orientation Team Advisor. She is a senior social work major, and will be doing her field placement at Recovery Resources. She is a tour guide for the college and really enjoys meeting all the new students.
Doug Bittner is a senior nursing student at Ursuline. He transferred to Ursuline College from CSU because he loves Ursuline and the small class sizes. Doug is involved on campus in many ways. He has served as President of the Programming Board, has served on RHC (Residence Hall Council), this is his third year as a member of the orientation team, and his first year as an Orientation Team Advisor. Doug is currently employed at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation at main campus in the Heart and Vascular wing as a nursing assistant. He looks forward to an amazing orientation and hopes that all new students will feel welcome as they begin their new journeys.
Rosemarie Keene is currently a sophomore English major at Ursuline. She is an aspiring writer and future librarian from California, who was away from home for the very first time when she came to Ursuline College. She wanted to set roots while at school, so she became involved in various organizations and activities on campus. She has been involved in AIMS, Residence Hall Council (RHC) and Social Work Organization (SWO). She is a staff member of Inscape, Ursuline College’s award-winning fine arts magazine, and she had her poem published in the 2012 edition of Inscape. She also took part in this year’s Drama Workshop; she was the Assistant Director of Ursuline’s spring production of “Crimes of the Heart.” Rosemarie is also the Vice President of Programming Board.
Lauren Krozser is a junior English major, minoring in Public Relations and Marketing Communications. She hopes to find a career that allows her to use her written and verbal communication skills to the fullest. Lauren is the Editor of Ursuline's fine arts magazine, Inscape, a member of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), and is now serving her first year as an Orientation Arrow. She is eager to welcome new students to the college that has become her second home.
Clarissa Sims is a junior nursing student. She is shy, but also outgoing. She is involved in programming board, where on-campus activities are planned for students to enjoy. She is also involved in AIMS, a mentoring program on campus, and she is an orientation arrow. Clarissa enjoys being involved in the school because it allows her the opportunity to help incoming students get involved, and helps her to become a better person. Clarissa also volunteers her time at McGregor Nursing Home, and helps coach the freshman volleyball team at her former high school. Clarissa loves Ursuline College and wants others to feel the same way.
Rozenay Oliver is a senior nursing student and will be graduating in December of 2012. She is the oldest of 6 siblings. She transferred to Ursuline College after attending community college. She is involved on campus through AIMS (Academic Inspiration for Multicultural Success) in which she was a mentor leader. She is also involved in SNUC (Student Nurses of Ursuline College), and a friendly resource to students living on campus. She has been awarded the Tribute of excellence award, 3.0 and up club, resident of the year, career star, and inducted into the Fleur de Lis leadership honorary.
Shy Anne Atkins is a sophomore nursing student and a junior at Ursuline College, and she works in Student Activities. She has been a tour guide, participated in the AIMS mentoring program, and was the president of SGA in 2011. She is a part of the track team. Shy Anne loves Ursuline College and hopes to make it an even better place for new students.
Sarah Finch is a Junior Social Work student. She has been a part of campus life by being an AIMS mentor, participating in USTAND, an advocate group for students with disabilities, and has recently joined the orientation team. Sarah is an Orientation Arrow and is very excited to welcome new students into their college experience.
Maggie Stark is a senior nursing transfer student with an exuberant passion for arts. She is the Public Relations Rep for Programming Board, a UC Ambassador, senior class rep for SNUC, a member of the Student Arts organization, a member of the Fleur de Lis Honorary, and winner of the Sr. Dorothy Kazel Award. You will see her all over campus, feel free to say hi!
Emily Smith is a Graduate Student in Historic Preservation and also completed her undergraduate degree at Ursuline College. She has been involved with orientation for 4 years and is a member of the Dancing Arrows. She has also been a member of ASID (American Society of Interior Designers), and SHPA (Student Historic Preservation Association). Emily will graduate in December and hopes to make her last orientation amazing for the new students.