We recently chatted with Kabrella Clark, who is the Undergraduate Admissions Counselor at Tiffin University and recruits for management and sports management. As an admissions counselor, her job is to help guide students through the college search process to help them find the right fit. Kabrella works with students through conversations about scholarships, extra-curricular opportunities, finances, orientation and more, up until they move onto campus. Please enjoy our Q & A with Kabrella Clark.
What is your background in your field?
Prior to coming to Tiffin, I was in the marketing/communications field, working for the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber.
Why are you passionate about your field?
There are so many opportunities available to students beyond their high school years. Making sure they are well-informed about those opportunities is highly important in setting them up for a successful future.
What areas or programs are you recruiting for?
Business management, managerial studies; human resources; supply chain management; international business; and sports marketing.
What advice would you give a person who is thinking about coming to Tiffin University to pursue their degree?
Get involved! TU’s small campus and class sizes are to your advantage. Faculty and staff are so much more accessible here than the larger schools I attended. Make the most of that, and develop life-long connections that will be endless in their reward.
When talking with a prospective student, what is one TU fact that you make sure to share?
All teachers have worked within the field they are teaching in. This provides students with access to their professor’s networks and connections, which is a huge advantage!
What is TU’s biggest best kept secret?
All the sweet mom and pop businesses in the town. Rosie’s, Ralph’s, MST’s – so much good food and so many friendly people! Yes, it is a small town, but go explore!
If you were a pitcher for the Cleveland Indians and pick a song to walk onto the field to, what would it be?
Whatever Francisco Lindor’s favorite song is.
What’s your favorite TU memory?
Experiencing my first Welcome Weekend as a staff member. It was incredibly rewarding to see how so many students were going to experience their best year yet.