UW Colleges Recruiting Team

The UW Colleges Recruiting Team

The University of Wisconsin Colleges recruiters are known as College Resource Counselors (CRCs). In order to help high school students and their families make informed college and career decisions, CRCs provide information and resources on: 

  • Local UW Colleges Campuses
  • How to Apply  
  • Financial Aid
  • College Planning 
  • ACT Preparation 
  • And much more! 

Contact a member of the recruiting team today to schedule a free workshop, presentation or information session at your high school. 

Find Your College Resource Counselor

UW Colleges Resource Counselor Territories Map

 

1. Jordan Appicelli
715-816-0762
jordan.appicelli@uwc.edu

2. Kara Koerner
920-366-8690
kara.koerner@uwc.edu

3. Jessica Zarnke
715-409-1906
jessica.zarnke@uwc.edu

4. Emily Herzog
920-229-2490
emily.herzog@uwc.edu

5. Jennifer Strohm
920-376-2679
jennifer.strohm@uwc.edu

6. Kaitlin Koehler
608-518-0333
kaitlin.koehler@uwc.edu

7. Rachel Stern
262-808-6193
rachel.stern@uwc.edu

8. Aubrey Schramm
920-366-4780
aubrey.schramm@uwc.edu

College Planning Presentations & Workshops

UW Colleges offers presentations and workshops to help students prepare for college and their future careers. All presentations are free and are great for high school parent nights, school assemblies or part of in-class instruction.

The following is a list of presentations to choose from. If you are interested in scheduling a presentation, contact your local CRC today!

Finding the University for You

This workshop provides an overview of UW Colleges, the 14 freshman/sophomore transfer campuses of the University of Wisconsin System. Students will learn about the Guaranteed Transfer Program, the advantages of attending a UW Colleges campus, financial considerations, and how to apply. We’ll also discuss other college options in Wisconsin.

 

You’ve Got Options

During this presentation, we will discuss various post-secondary educational options in Wisconsin: the UW Colleges two-year campuses, the four-year campuses of the UW System, and the Wisconsin Technical College System. Specifically, we’ll explore what each institution has to offer, and what factors students should consider when deciding where to attend.

Your Future Depends on It

This presentation will discuss the importance of rigorous academics in high school and the impact that class choice has on college and career success. The ideal time of year for this presentation would be before students choose courses for the following year.

Building Your Online Brand

Social media is everywhere. In this workshop, students will learn how to use their social media profiles for the better, while avoiding potential pitfalls. By thinking of their online identity as part of their brand, students will learn how to influence the decisions of college admissions personnel and future employers.

Behind the Scenes of the College Admissions Process

This presentation is packed full of valuable insights on the dos and don’ts of the college application process. Student participants will learn what college admission teams look for in student applications through hands-on activities and group discussions.

ACT 1-2-3

This presentation includes an overview of each section of the ACT exam, what to bring on test day, and explores how the ACT can be a valuable tool for students’ futures.

A Guide for Juniors

Junior year is an important planning time for college. During this session, we’ll cover the college timeline for high school juniors, examine what it takes to be a competitive college applicant, and how to prepare for campus tours. We’ll also go over questions every student should be asking of their prospective college and explore what happens after they’ve been accepted.

Write Your Way into College

Let’s face it, for many of us, writing the college admission essay can be intimidating. In this workshop, we’ll share strategies for elevating your application package by telling a compelling story in your essay. We’ll get down to basics, starting with how to begin crafting your essay, dos and don’ts, tips for reducing writing anxiety and how to develop the narrative behind your application and transcripts.