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Admissions Counselors

Brittany Stout

Transfer Admission Counselor

Favorite Thing About WVU

My favorite thing about WVU is the strong sense of community and school spirit that permeates the campus. From the moment you step foot on campus, you can feel the Mountaineer pride that unites students, faculty and staff. Whether it's cheering on the sports teams at Mountaineer Field or participating in various campus events, there is an undeniable sense of camaraderie and support that makes being a part of the WVU community truly special.

Favorite Thing About Your Job

The opportunity to help people find answers to their questions, offer guidance and engage in meaningful conversations is incredibly rewarding. It's a privilege to be a resource that can assist in various areas of interest and provide assistance whenever needed.

Advice for Students

My advice for students is to embrace the entire university experience. College is not just about attending classes and earning a degree but also about personal growth, exploration and building lifelong connections. Take advantage of the diverse range of opportunities available at WVU, such as joining clubs and organizations, participating in internships or research projects and attending campus events. Don't be afraid to step out of your comfort zone, try new things and engage with the vibrant community around you. Additionally, remember to prioritize self-care, manage your time effectively, and seek support when needed. College can be challenging, but it is also a transformative and exciting time in your life.

When You're Not Working You're

When I'm not working, I find fulfillment in exploring my culinary passions, embarking on exciting travel adventures and nurturing the bonds with my family and friends. These experiences enrich my life and provide a well-rounded balance to my personal and professional pursuits.

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