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Dr. Stephanie Krusemark, INDEPENDENT Consultant

Dr. Stephanie Krusemark
Dr. Stephanie Krusemark serves as an independent consultant with admission2college (A2C). She offers over 10 years of successful experience in graduate recruitment, admission, enrollment management, and marketing strategies, policies and practices for private liberal arts, research and spiritually affiliated higher education institutions in Colorado, California and Oregon.

Dr. Stephanie Krusemark, Independent Consultant
email. drstephkrusemark@gmail.com
web. http://drstephkrusemark.wordpress.com/

She has engaged with thousands of prospective students seeking admissions into masters, professional and doctoral programs spanning the arts, education, health sciences, humanities, interdisciplinary studies, natural sciences, psychology, religious studies and social sciences.

She offers specialization in assisting adult learners, career changers and diverse and international learners to navigate the graduate and professional school admissions process.

Stephanie most recently served as the Assistant Dean of Marketing and Enrollment for the School of Education and Counseling Psychology at the Santa Clara University. She has also served as the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Admissions and Multicultural Recruitment as well as the Associate Director of Graduate Admissions at Naropa University, preceded by her role as an Assistant Director of Graduate and Professional Programs for the College of Health Professions at Pacific University. 

She has been affiliated with the National Association of Graduate Admissions Professionals, National Association of College Admissions Counselors, Rocky Mountain Association of College Admissions Counselors, National Student Affairs Professionals Association, Northwest Association for Student Affairs Professionals, Oregon Liberal Arts Placement Consortium, Oregon Women in Higher Education, Higher Education Consortium on Urban Affairs,  American Educational Research Association and Association for the Study of Higher Education.

Stephanie holds a PhD in Higher Education Administration with an emphasis in Diversity and Higher Learning from the University of Denver.