Meet the Support Staff of the Center for Academic Enhancement...
My name is Brianna. I am a Nursing major. I find the CAE to be very helpful when it comes to academics, and I recommend it to all students. As student support, I hope to make the students that walk through the door feel welcome and to bring a lot of positivity to the room.
My name is Cailin McGuire and I am a Nursing major here at HFU. Being part of Habitat for Humanity and the cheerleading team, being positive and uplifting is important to me. Working with Student Support in the CAE allows me to help bring a positive attitude to every student that walks through our doors.
My name is Calley Miller and my major is Nursing. I decided to join the CAE because I enjoy helping others as much as I can. I am currently a memeber of SNAF and mini thon on campus. My goal is to make the CAE a comfortable place to learn and grow academically.
My name is Danielle Schulke and I am an Early Childhood Education/ Special Education Major. I am focusing more on Special Education. As a student support, the CAE allows me to make students feel welcome. The CAE is very helpful to me as a student and I recommend it to all.
My name is Kyra Heiler and I am senior psychology major, along with a minor in childhood studies. This is my first year as a member of the CAE’s student support team! Being a part of this team has helped me continue my passion in helping others. I also love meeting new people whether it be the tutors or the students who are coming in. The Center of Academic Enhancement is a great resource, and we are lucky to have it!
My name is Melissa. I am a Mathematics major in the class of 2020. In my down time, I watch Natflix or spend time with friends. Thanks to groups like the CAE, I know that it is never too early to ask for school work assistance.
My name is Nicole Valecce, and I am a Computer Information Systems major. I joined the CAE in order to support the resource that Holy Family has to offer in order to help us better understand our studies. I am a member of the school's Computer Society, and I plan to graduate Spring of 2020.