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Meet the Student Affairs Advising Aides


Academic Success Center

Thomas Rogers

Thomas Rogers

Success to me is: “…the ability to go from failure to failure with a positive outlook and the drive to improve. Success in my opinion is not just monetary value but making a difference big or small in those you associate with. It is extremely important to find your own interpretation of success. I credit my success to those around me who have developed me and coached me to see the potential I have.”

arc-peeradvisor.usu.edu

Meagan Eyre

Meagan Eyre

Success to me is: “…living your life in such a way that when you look back on it you will always feel proud of the way you performed, knowing that you did your very best.”

arc-peeradvisor.usu.edu


Exploratory Advising

London Judd

London Judd

Success is: “…when you believe you have the power to strengthen your weaknesses, and do so. Being successful means you have begun to become a better person, and want to uplift those around you to do the same.”

advisingaide2@usu.edu

Emily Doxey

Emily Grandstaff

Success is: “…not only fulfilling goals, but it also means finding happiness along the way. I believe that if you are happy with what you are doing, then things will just fall into place and you will be successful.”

advisingaide1@usu.edu


Health Professionals

Andrew Wilson

Andrew Wilson

Success is: “…the feeling of satisfaction you get as you grow and achieve your goals. It's completely unique to you.”

PrehealthPeerAdvising@usu.edu

Michael Flores

Michael Flores

Success is: “…useing my ability to problem solve, my talents in leadership and my passion to help others and make a difference with the goal to work in synergy with my coworkers to help an increasing number of students each year matriculate into their desired professional school.”

PrehealthPeerAdvising@usu.edu

Ryan Gallegos

Ryan Gallegos

Success is: “…always finding new ways to fulfill your goals in ways that are unique to yourself if the previous methods haven't worked before. Just because one way doesn't work, doesn't mean that it's the only way.”

PrehealthPeerAdvising@usu.edu


Student Orientation & Transition Services (SOAR)

Ciara Decker

Ciara Decker

Success means: “…doing the best that you can possibly do. A successful person doesn't compare their accomplishments to someone else, they focus on their own accomplishments and try to make themselves better, every single day. Success is being the best you and pushing yourself to your limits. ”

leaveofabsence@usu.edu

Trenton Griffiths

Trenton Griffiths

Success means: “… knowing what you want and having the courage to do whatever it takes to get it.”

leaveofabsence@usu.edu


Veterans Resource Office

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Success is: “…accomplishing things that seemed unachievable.”

vro@usu.edu