As an admissions counselor, I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work with you and I hope that you will use me as a resource as you navigate through the college search process.
Why Washington College?
I have spent most of my life on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. I lived in New England for a few years and I tried living in the city for a short time, but I am always drawn back to the charm of the Eastern Shore. We get the best of both worlds with endless recreational opportunities right in our own backyard and the wonderful cities of Annapolis, Baltimore, and D.C. only a short drive away. Come visit us and spend a day on campus. This quaint community feel around campus is entirely infectious and within moments you’ll begin to experience a great sense of pride in being involved with such a warm and welcoming “family.”
Upon starting my career at Washington College, I quickly became very passionate about the college and everything that it has to offer. Our professors create an academic experience that evokes deep analysis, thoughtful insight, creativity, and cultural and ethical awareness. Washington College works hard to make sure that students have personal, real-world experiences in their fields through wonderful internships, study abroad trips, and unique programs such as the Chesapeake Semester.
Aside from academic experiences, Washington College offers a tremendous variety of clubs, organizations, and events. Our athletic programs have a solid reputation nationwide and school spirit is never lacking. Traditions run deep at Washington College and our students (and faculty) are always looking forward to annual events such as Birthday Ball, War on the Shore and Flock Out.
I hope that you will continue to explore the numerous opportunities offered at Washington College. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free contact me—that’s why I’m here! See you on campus!
Southern Regional Director
Hannah works for the Office of Admissions, working with prospective students from North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Florida.