Evanne Raible

Evanne Raible is a second year master's student from Richmond, VA. She received a B.S. in Environmental Biology with a minor in Chemistry from EvanneChristopher Newport University (CNU). Upon graduation, she worked in the Office of Admission at CNU, recruiting in Northern Virginia and New York. Evanne currently works as a full-time graduate assistant for Academic Support in the Department of Athletics. In this role, she oversees study hall, the tutoring program, book scholarships and advises student-athletes on various things from major/minor declaration and class registration to study skills and time management. After graduation, she hopes to continue working in academic support for student-athletes.

"When applying to graduate schools, I found myself applying to schools all over the east coast. If I would have realized just how great the higher education program at W&M was, I would have saved myself a lot time and even more money on applications! From the first time I visited after I applied, I was welcomed with open arms and felt embraced by the School of Ed community. The professors were there to answer any questions I had and have been supporting me ever since. 

Going into my second year of master's program, I decided to jump into the full W&M experience with both feet. I was elected Vice President of the Graduate Education Association and from there became a member of Graduate Council, the umbrella organization for all five W&M graduate schools. There was a opportunity for me to run for president of the Graduate Council, so I decided to give it a go and won! The School of Education, Higher Education Program and W&M as a whole, give you so many opportunities. It is just up to you to take advantage of them!"

Feel free to email Evanne if you want to learn more about her perspectives on the program.