CNU admission fellows are recent graduates who have signed on to serve their alma mater for one year. Their primary responsibility is conducting admission interviews. They also represent CNU at college fairs and high schools throughout the school year. Come out and meet them in person!

Julia Bartus-Dobson, (757) 594-7206, julia.bartusdobson@cnu.eduHometown: Burke, Virginia 

Majors: Communication and English

Involvement: Phi Mu fraternity (membership director), Ferguson Center marketing intern, crew leader 

Favorite thing about CNUHanging out in Einstein's between classes! Caffeine + hanging with friends = the best pick-me-up.

Future plans: Attend graduate school for a master's degree in higher education

Sara Brooks, (757) 594-0694,

Hometown: King William, Virginia

Major: Mathematics

Minor: Business administration

Involvement: Cheerleading (captain), student ambassador, Pi Mu Epsilon (president), Chi Alpha Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Monster Math Club (student director)

Favorite thing about CNU: I loved being a member of the cheerleading team. On and off the mat, the bond we all share cannot be broken or taken away from us. My coaches and teammates became my family away from home. We have memories that will never be forgotten. Go Captains!

Future Plans:
 Become an ESPN analyst

Jeanette Corey, (757) 594-8844,

Hometown: Norfolk, Virginia

Major: Music (vocal performance)

Minor: Literature

Involvement: Catholic Campus Ministry, Honors Program, CNU Voices, Residence Life, on-campus employment, study abroad, Alpha Chi, Pi Kappa Lambda, Sigma Tau Delta

Favorite thing about CNU: I loved the standing invitation to close relationships with faculty and staff. 

Future plans
: Work in the classical music industry 

Caitlin Gayles, (757) 594-8650, caitlin.gayles@cnu.eduHometown: Chantilly, Virginia

Major: Communication 

Minors: Leadership studies and business administration

Involvement: Gamma Phi Beta, Order of Omega, Lambda Pi Eta, President's Leadership Program, Office of the Registrar student worker

Favorite thing about CNU: The students first philosophy! CNU truly cares about students, and you can see it all over campus from the residence halls to dining services. 

Future plansWork in higher education

Marion Gloor, (757) 594-8272,

Hometown: Niederlenz, Switzerland

Communication and French

Lambda Pi Eta communication honor society (historian), Pi Delta Phi French honor society, French Club, varsity women's tennis, Chi Alpha Sigma student athlete honor society, Athletics Department videographer 

Favorite thing about CNU: The speaking tradition and the fact that authenticity is appreciated and cherished at CNU.

Future plansAttend graduate school for a master's in French and global marketing communication

Lynsie Hudson, (757) 594-8645,

Hometown: Buena Vista, Virginia

Major: Psychology

Involvement: InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, President's Leadership Program, orientation (SLAP facilitator, student director), Alpha Chi honor society, Psi Chi psychology honor society

Favorite thing about CNU: How many opportunities come your way! I had the chance to study abroad in Oxford for a few weeks, and was able to not only travel abroad for the first time, but also learn and study in an incredible new culture.

Future plans: Attend graduate school for a degree in counseling or higher education

Josef Manilla, (757) 594-0680,

Hometown: Greenwood, Virginia

Major: History

Involvement: Sigma Phi Epsilon, varsity tennis, crew leader

Favorite thing about CNU: Hanging out in Einstein's cafe during study breaks was always so much fun!

Future plans: Pursue a career as a director of junior development at an elite tennis academy