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Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Kyle Wilson

Senior Assistant Director of Transfer Admission
Contact information: kwilson@bentley.edu

I was born and raised in Connecticut, but have been working and living in the Boston area for the last several years after earning a B.A. in Political Science. As a former transfer student myself, I definitely understand the excitement that comes with transferring schools! The best advice that I can give to transfer applicants is to visit your top schools and get a feel for the campus and the community.  It is one thing seeing everything “on paper”, but it is truly a unique experience when you tour a campus or attend an event.

Calling Boston home is great for two of my favorite hobbies – trying new restaurants, and cheering on our Boston sports teams. I also have a passion for international travel, and try to explore new cities/countries/islands whenever I get the chance.

As a potential transfer student, it’s never too early to start a conversation. We are here to answer any questions you may have on the transfer process – just reach out to us!


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Emma Brown

Associate Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact information: ebrown2@bentley.edu

I have lived in New England for my entire life and love all that Boston has to offer! I grew up in a small town in Vermont (with only one stop light) so I knew I wanted a more urban environment for college. I graduated from Providence College where I studied biology and sociology and just this past spring I earned my Master’s in Organizational Leadership from Western New England University. I’ve worked in college admission for six years and recently joined the staff at Bentley. In my spare time I love going to the beach, hiking, running and reading. I also try to travel as much as I can! 

The environment at Bentley, both within the classroom and outside of it, inspires students to combine their passions with their academic studies.  Bentley’s ability to support students in studying business and the liberal arts prepares them for a variety of paths in today’s global economy and I love sharing this with students and their families. It is incredibly rewarding to help students navigate the college search process and find the right fit for all of their goals and aspirations.  

My recommendation to students throughout the process is to visit as many schools as you can to start to see what school inspires you most to be your best you. Don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions you might have along the way and I hope to see you on campus soon!


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Suzanne Cuccurullo

Dean, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: 
scuccurullo@bentley.edu

I was born in St. Louis, but grew up in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, home of the Little League World Series. It's a good thing I like to travel, because I have lived all over the United States, including California, Louisiana, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, upstate New York and New York City. In 2009, I made a career change and decided to use my marketing skills to help students through the admission process at Bentley University. This is the best job I have ever had.

Prior to joining Bentley, I founded my own marketing consulting firm and worked in marketing positions for companies like Fidelity Investments and New England Financial, a subsidiary of MetLife and CitiBank.

As a mother of college students, I know the college search process can be stressful, but I hope we can make it an incredible adventure.


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Clare Gallogly

Assistant Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: cgallogly@bentley.edu

I grew up in New Jersey, and moved to New England for college and never looked back! After earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in History, I worked in the admission office of my alma mater for two years. This experience solidified my interest in college admissions. I love that this field allows me to meet new people and help ease some of the stress which can come with the college admission process. Along those lines, my best advice to students is: don’t be afraid to ask questions!

In my spare time, I enjoy horseback riding, cooking, reading, and spending time with friends and family. 


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Emma Ingram

Associate Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact:
eingram@bentley.edu

As a native of Massachusetts and a recent Bentley graduate, the university is my home and I wanted nothing more than to work for my alma mater. After completing my bachelor's degree in marketing and working four years in the Bentley Athletics Office, I decided to shift to undergraduate admissions to help bring students to the university I love and know so well.

Having grown up in the waterfront town of Ipswich, I enjoy going to the beach and spending time on the boat in the summer. I also enjoy exercising, exploring Boston, and spending time with my family and friends. Because I went through the college search process not long ago, I understand how stressful visiting schools and choosing a college can be. As an admission counselor, I — along with all of the other staff at Bentley — want to help you get through the process. My best advice is to be honest with yourself about where you would truly be happy and would be a good fit for you. So get out there and explore!


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Brittney Jackson

Associate Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: bjackson@bentley.edu

Aside from attending college in Delaware, I am a New England girl through and through. I grew up in a small town just outside of Burlington, VT and have lived/worked in Boston for the past seven years. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing and international business and have my Master’s in education, so I definitely believe in the value of education!  I love working in undergraduate admissions and being able to work with students to help them find the right school and the right fit.

Boston is such an exciting city to spend your student years in, and with Bentley’s Waltham location and beautiful campus, you really do get the best of both worlds! My advice to students would be to visit as many schools as you can, ask lots of questions, and listen to your gut!


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Karen Karidoyanes

Director, Undergraduate International and Transfer Admission
Contact: kkaridoyanes@bentley.edu

I have lived just outside of Boston for most of my life, yet have traveled to over 50 different countries embracing the different cultures I encounter. For as long as I can remember, I have been passionate about anything and everything international including politics, travel, cuisine, traditions, languages, music and education. In fact, I am part of an international dinner club; each month we identify a country, celebrate the customs and cook a traditional meal. I am fluent in three languages and a first generation citizen of the United States. After nearly 30 years working in international education, each interaction with an International student continues to bring a learning experience for me. I oversee Bentley’s international admission and encourage prospective students to challenge themselves both inside and outside of the classroom.


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Tasia Kearse

Senior Assistant Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact:
skearse@bentley.edu

While I was born in Virginia, I have lived in Boston since I was eight years old. I am a recent Bentley graduate and consider this university to be my home. I graduated Bentley with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing. While maintaining academics and extracurricular activities my main hobby for four years was playing for the Bentley women’s basketball team. Throughout my career, we hosted and won two regional tournaments, thus attending two Elite Eight tournaments and advanced to the Final Four in San Antonio, Texas during my senior year. As you can see, I bleed the Bentley blue and am ecstatic to now be a part of another great “team” of admissions counselors.

In my spare time I enjoy spending time with family and friends, shopping, traveling, both playing and watching sports, listening to music, and trying out new restaurants. I am the oldest of four children and have a sister who has recently completed her first year of college, so I know how stressful the college search process can be at times.

My goal is be an outlet for students who are interested in being a part of such a great community while having a passion for business and/or liberal arts. My advice for students trying to find the right college is to take a peek at the admission counselors' bios and talk to them during your visit. Every counselor has his or her own personal experience that they want to share! Really consider some of the friendly advice shared, but most importantly, relish this opportunity to meet new people and explore!


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Nicole Kelman

Associate Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: nkelman@bentley.edu

As a native of Connecticut, I am so happy to be back in New England and especially Red Sox country! I attended undergraduate and graduate school in Pennsylvania. As an undergraduate, I received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Business and later went on to pursue a Master of Science in Higher Education Administration. Studying both business and the liberal arts has afforded me the opportunity to have a well-rounded foundation in the workplace. I strongly believe in Bentley’s unique integrated education philosophy that leads to successful student outcomes.

Working on a college campus is so rewarding because of the passion and enthusiasm students have for learning. Bentley students are what make this beautiful campus full of life, excitement and school spirit. I love working with such a driven group of students and helping families through the college process.

When I’m not reading applications, you can find me blogging, cooking, dancing, trying new restaurants and exploring the best college town in the world, Boston. I look forward to meeting you on campus!


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Tina MacDonald

Associate Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: tmacdonald@bentley.edu

I was born in Japan but grew up in the northeast United States, and I now call Boston home.  I did my undergraduate studies in Connecticut earning a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and my master’s degree in Boston focusing on Higher Education Policy, Planning, and Administration.  I love working with students from all over the world, and I am lucky enough to have been to over 40 countries (and counting!).  However, I am always happy to come back home to the wonderful city of Boston.  I understand the significance of choosing to pursue your university studies outside of your home country, and I admire you for taking this life-changing step forward.  Bentley’s blend of business, liberal arts, and technology is truly unique, and you will find nothing like it elsewhere in the world.   There is no better time than your undergraduate years to explore the globe, and I look forward to helping you do so.


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Christopher Mann

Assistant Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: cmann@bentley.edu

Growing up as a New York Yankee fan in Brooklyn, I never thought I would see the day that I lived in Boston. However, after spending my undergraduate and graduate time in New England I fell in love with the area. I graduated with my Bachelor’s degree in journalism and my Master’s in business administration and knew that higher education was where I belonged. I love the opportunity to help students navigate the college search and find the right school, in both an academic and social sense.

The city of Boston provides students with so many great opportunities from internships and community service projects to concerts and sporting events. At the same time, Bentley's location in Waltham gives students the chance to enjoy a beautiful campus with a strong sense of community.

My advice to students is to enjoy the college search, tour as many schools as you can and when it’s time to make your decision, trust your gut feeling!


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Javier Monterrosa

Assistant Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: jmonterrosa@bentley.edu

I grew up in San Salvador, El Salvador, a small. but beautiful. country in Central America. After graduating from high school, I moved to Boston to start my college career at Bentley University and recently graduated with my B.S. degree in Marketing with a minor in law.  In my time as a Bentley student I was involved with residential life, student-run organizations, competitions, and studying abroad and joined the world of admissions as a student employee when I was sophomore.  I enjoy sharing my experience from the college search process and I recognize that it can be stressful for all students, regardless of where they come from.  For that reason, I highly encourage you to reach out to counselors, tour campuses, and ask lots of questions – believe me, we love questions because we are here to help!

I consider myself a foodie, traveler, photographer, and writer, in sum, a man of multiple interests. During my spare time, I like to visit local coffee shops and read books, but if it’s warm and sunny out, I like to take a stroll through the city of Boston or go to the beach.


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Jake Mulvey

Associate Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: jmulvey@bentley.edu

I grew up in Halifax, which is a small town located on the South Shore of Massachusetts. I attended college in Western Massachusetts and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Management in 2010. After taking a year's worth of graduate courses I decided to enter the working world and have been in undergraduate admission ever since. One of my favorite parts of being in higher education is meeting individuals from entirely different backgrounds that share the same passion for learning and experiencing new things.

In my spare time I enjoy outdoor activities, specifically hiking and golf, and spending time with family and friends in the Boston area. After rowing for four years in college, I occasionally will dabble in different sports, but I am looking forward to the next big athletic challenge. If I could give a piece of advice to students, it would be to never stop challenging yourself and do not be afraid to step outside your comfort zone.


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Susan Ohnemus Hogan

Associate Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: sohnemushogan@bentley.edu

I have worked in admissions and higher education for many years and love helping students through the college search process.  Having gone through this process with my son, I know how stressful it can be. I hope by sharing my own experience, I can help students and families to make the best decision for their family.  My best advice is to visit as many schools as you can and it is never too early to start!


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Thomas Savageau

Assistant Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: tsavageau@bentley.edu

Growing up in Mansfield, MA, just about an hour south of the city, I have always considered the Boston area as my home. After graduating college in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Spanish, I immediately began my career in Undergraduate Admission and have been working in the field ever since.

In my free time I love doing anything related to sports, and there’s no better place to be than Boston. Whether it’s going to a Red Sox game, coaching youth baseball, or running along the Charles, I enjoy finding new ways to stay active and continue my involvement in athletics.

I really enjoy working with prospective students and families as they navigate the college process and find it to be very rewarding. The best piece of advice I can give to prospective students is to visit as many different college campuses as possible and don’t be afraid to ask questions!


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Mario Silva-Rosa

Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: msilvarosa@bentley.edu

Being in the higher education field for a significant amount of time, I have been able to appreciate the complexity of the process for many students and families. I certainly have the upmost respect for the commitment that prospective students put into the progression of their fact-finding, application and decision stages and the rewards that come with such a journey. I have always been excited about meeting new people and developing relationships along the way. I grew up in Bayamon, Puerto Rico and currently reside in Worcester, Massachusetts. I like the fact that Bentley University has been a great conduit for many current students and alums alike to grow intellectually and personally while becoming thoughtful citizens and great contributors in our world. A great advice that I can share with you is: Visit. You will not regret it!

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Karen Karidoyanes

Director, Undergraduate International and Transfer Admission
Contact: kkaridoyanes@bentley.edu

I have lived just outside of Boston for most of my life, yet have traveled to over 50 different countries embracing the different cultures I encounter. For as long as I can remember, I have been passionate about anything and everything international including politics, travel, cuisine, traditions, languages, music and education. In fact, I am part of an international dinner club; each month we identify a country, celebrate the customs and cook a traditional meal. I am fluent in three languages and a first generation citizen of the United States. After nearly 30 years working in international education, each interaction with an International student continues to bring a learning experience for me. I oversee Bentley’s international admission and encourage prospective students to challenge themselves both inside and outside of the classroom.

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Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Kyle Wilson

Senior Assistant Director of Transfer Admission
Contact information: kwilson@bentley.edu

I was born and raised in Connecticut, but have been working and living in the Boston area for the last several years after earning a B.A. in Political Science. As a former transfer student myself, I definitely understand the excitement that comes with transferring schools! The best advice that I can give to transfer applicants is to visit your top schools and get a feel for the campus and the community.  It is one thing seeing everything “on paper”, but it is truly a unique experience when you tour a campus or attend an event.

Calling Boston home is great for two of my favorite hobbies – trying new restaurants, and cheering on our Boston sports teams. I also have a passion for international travel, and try to explore new cities/countries/islands whenever I get the chance.

As a potential transfer student, it’s never too early to start a conversation. We are here to answer any questions you may have on the transfer process – just reach out to us!


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Emma Brown

Associate Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact information: ebrown2@bentley.edu

I have lived in New England for my entire life and love all that Boston has to offer! I grew up in a small town in Vermont (with only one stop light) so I knew I wanted a more urban environment for college. I graduated from Providence College where I studied biology and sociology and just this past spring I earned my Master’s in Organizational Leadership from Western New England University. I’ve worked in college admission for six years and recently joined the staff at Bentley. In my spare time I love going to the beach, hiking, running and reading. I also try to travel as much as I can! 

The environment at Bentley, both within the classroom and outside of it, inspires students to combine their passions with their academic studies.  Bentley’s ability to support students in studying business and the liberal arts prepares them for a variety of paths in today’s global economy and I love sharing this with students and their families. It is incredibly rewarding to help students navigate the college search process and find the right fit for all of their goals and aspirations.  

My recommendation to students throughout the process is to visit as many schools as you can to start to see what school inspires you most to be your best you. Don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions you might have along the way and I hope to see you on campus soon!


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Suzanne Cuccurullo

Dean, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: 
scuccurullo@bentley.edu

I was born in St. Louis, but grew up in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, home of the Little League World Series. It's a good thing I like to travel, because I have lived all over the United States, including California, Louisiana, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, upstate New York and New York City. In 2009, I made a career change and decided to use my marketing skills to help students through the admission process at Bentley University. This is the best job I have ever had.

Prior to joining Bentley, I founded my own marketing consulting firm and worked in marketing positions for companies like Fidelity Investments and New England Financial, a subsidiary of MetLife and CitiBank.

As a mother of college students, I know the college search process can be stressful, but I hope we can make it an incredible adventure.


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Clare Gallogly

Assistant Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: cgallogly@bentley.edu

I grew up in New Jersey, and moved to New England for college and never looked back! After earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in History, I worked in the admission office of my alma mater for two years. This experience solidified my interest in college admissions. I love that this field allows me to meet new people and help ease some of the stress which can come with the college admission process. Along those lines, my best advice to students is: don’t be afraid to ask questions!

In my spare time, I enjoy horseback riding, cooking, reading, and spending time with friends and family. 


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Emma Ingram

Associate Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact:
eingram@bentley.edu

As a native of Massachusetts and a recent Bentley graduate, the university is my home and I wanted nothing more than to work for my alma mater. After completing my bachelor's degree in marketing and working four years in the Bentley Athletics Office, I decided to shift to undergraduate admissions to help bring students to the university I love and know so well.

Having grown up in the waterfront town of Ipswich, I enjoy going to the beach and spending time on the boat in the summer. I also enjoy exercising, exploring Boston, and spending time with my family and friends. Because I went through the college search process not long ago, I understand how stressful visiting schools and choosing a college can be. As an admission counselor, I — along with all of the other staff at Bentley — want to help you get through the process. My best advice is to be honest with yourself about where you would truly be happy and would be a good fit for you. So get out there and explore!


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Brittney Jackson

Associate Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: bjackson@bentley.edu

Aside from attending college in Delaware, I am a New England girl through and through. I grew up in a small town just outside of Burlington, VT and have lived/worked in Boston for the past seven years. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing and international business and have my Master’s in education, so I definitely believe in the value of education!  I love working in undergraduate admissions and being able to work with students to help them find the right school and the right fit.

Boston is such an exciting city to spend your student years in, and with Bentley’s Waltham location and beautiful campus, you really do get the best of both worlds! My advice to students would be to visit as many schools as you can, ask lots of questions, and listen to your gut!


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Karen Karidoyanes

Director, Undergraduate International and Transfer Admission
Contact: kkaridoyanes@bentley.edu

I have lived just outside of Boston for most of my life, yet have traveled to over 50 different countries embracing the different cultures I encounter. For as long as I can remember, I have been passionate about anything and everything international including politics, travel, cuisine, traditions, languages, music and education. In fact, I am part of an international dinner club; each month we identify a country, celebrate the customs and cook a traditional meal. I am fluent in three languages and a first generation citizen of the United States. After nearly 30 years working in international education, each interaction with an International student continues to bring a learning experience for me. I oversee Bentley’s international admission and encourage prospective students to challenge themselves both inside and outside of the classroom.


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Tasia Kearse

Senior Assistant Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact:
skearse@bentley.edu

While I was born in Virginia, I have lived in Boston since I was eight years old. I am a recent Bentley graduate and consider this university to be my home. I graduated Bentley with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing. While maintaining academics and extracurricular activities my main hobby for four years was playing for the Bentley women’s basketball team. Throughout my career, we hosted and won two regional tournaments, thus attending two Elite Eight tournaments and advanced to the Final Four in San Antonio, Texas during my senior year. As you can see, I bleed the Bentley blue and am ecstatic to now be a part of another great “team” of admissions counselors.

In my spare time I enjoy spending time with family and friends, shopping, traveling, both playing and watching sports, listening to music, and trying out new restaurants. I am the oldest of four children and have a sister who has recently completed her first year of college, so I know how stressful the college search process can be at times.

My goal is be an outlet for students who are interested in being a part of such a great community while having a passion for business and/or liberal arts. My advice for students trying to find the right college is to take a peek at the admission counselors' bios and talk to them during your visit. Every counselor has his or her own personal experience that they want to share! Really consider some of the friendly advice shared, but most importantly, relish this opportunity to meet new people and explore!


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Nicole Kelman

Associate Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: nkelman@bentley.edu

As a native of Connecticut, I am so happy to be back in New England and especially Red Sox country! I attended undergraduate and graduate school in Pennsylvania. As an undergraduate, I received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Business and later went on to pursue a Master of Science in Higher Education Administration. Studying both business and the liberal arts has afforded me the opportunity to have a well-rounded foundation in the workplace. I strongly believe in Bentley’s unique integrated education philosophy that leads to successful student outcomes.

Working on a college campus is so rewarding because of the passion and enthusiasm students have for learning. Bentley students are what make this beautiful campus full of life, excitement and school spirit. I love working with such a driven group of students and helping families through the college process.

When I’m not reading applications, you can find me blogging, cooking, dancing, trying new restaurants and exploring the best college town in the world, Boston. I look forward to meeting you on campus!


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Tina MacDonald

Associate Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: tmacdonald@bentley.edu

I was born in Japan but grew up in the northeast United States, and I now call Boston home.  I did my undergraduate studies in Connecticut earning a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and my master’s degree in Boston focusing on Higher Education Policy, Planning, and Administration.  I love working with students from all over the world, and I am lucky enough to have been to over 40 countries (and counting!).  However, I am always happy to come back home to the wonderful city of Boston.  I understand the significance of choosing to pursue your university studies outside of your home country, and I admire you for taking this life-changing step forward.  Bentley’s blend of business, liberal arts, and technology is truly unique, and you will find nothing like it elsewhere in the world.   There is no better time than your undergraduate years to explore the globe, and I look forward to helping you do so.


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Christopher Mann

Assistant Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: cmann@bentley.edu

Growing up as a New York Yankee fan in Brooklyn, I never thought I would see the day that I lived in Boston. However, after spending my undergraduate and graduate time in New England I fell in love with the area. I graduated with my Bachelor’s degree in journalism and my Master’s in business administration and knew that higher education was where I belonged. I love the opportunity to help students navigate the college search and find the right school, in both an academic and social sense.

The city of Boston provides students with so many great opportunities from internships and community service projects to concerts and sporting events. At the same time, Bentley's location in Waltham gives students the chance to enjoy a beautiful campus with a strong sense of community.

My advice to students is to enjoy the college search, tour as many schools as you can and when it’s time to make your decision, trust your gut feeling!


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Javier Monterrosa

Assistant Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: jmonterrosa@bentley.edu

I grew up in San Salvador, El Salvador, a small. but beautiful. country in Central America. After graduating from high school, I moved to Boston to start my college career at Bentley University and recently graduated with my B.S. degree in Marketing with a minor in law.  In my time as a Bentley student I was involved with residential life, student-run organizations, competitions, and studying abroad and joined the world of admissions as a student employee when I was sophomore.  I enjoy sharing my experience from the college search process and I recognize that it can be stressful for all students, regardless of where they come from.  For that reason, I highly encourage you to reach out to counselors, tour campuses, and ask lots of questions – believe me, we love questions because we are here to help!

I consider myself a foodie, traveler, photographer, and writer, in sum, a man of multiple interests. During my spare time, I like to visit local coffee shops and read books, but if it’s warm and sunny out, I like to take a stroll through the city of Boston or go to the beach.


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Jake Mulvey

Associate Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: jmulvey@bentley.edu

I grew up in Halifax, which is a small town located on the South Shore of Massachusetts. I attended college in Western Massachusetts and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Management in 2010. After taking a year's worth of graduate courses I decided to enter the working world and have been in undergraduate admission ever since. One of my favorite parts of being in higher education is meeting individuals from entirely different backgrounds that share the same passion for learning and experiencing new things.

In my spare time I enjoy outdoor activities, specifically hiking and golf, and spending time with family and friends in the Boston area. After rowing for four years in college, I occasionally will dabble in different sports, but I am looking forward to the next big athletic challenge. If I could give a piece of advice to students, it would be to never stop challenging yourself and do not be afraid to step outside your comfort zone.


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Susan Ohnemus Hogan

Associate Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: sohnemushogan@bentley.edu

I have worked in admissions and higher education for many years and love helping students through the college search process.  Having gone through this process with my son, I know how stressful it can be. I hope by sharing my own experience, I can help students and families to make the best decision for their family.  My best advice is to visit as many schools as you can and it is never too early to start!


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Thomas Savageau

Assistant Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: tsavageau@bentley.edu

Growing up in Mansfield, MA, just about an hour south of the city, I have always considered the Boston area as my home. After graduating college in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Spanish, I immediately began my career in Undergraduate Admission and have been working in the field ever since.

In my free time I love doing anything related to sports, and there’s no better place to be than Boston. Whether it’s going to a Red Sox game, coaching youth baseball, or running along the Charles, I enjoy finding new ways to stay active and continue my involvement in athletics.

I really enjoy working with prospective students and families as they navigate the college process and find it to be very rewarding. The best piece of advice I can give to prospective students is to visit as many different college campuses as possible and don’t be afraid to ask questions!


Counselor best qualified to assist you is: Mario Silva-Rosa

Director, Undergraduate Admission
Contact: msilvarosa@bentley.edu

Being in the higher education field for a significant amount of time, I have been able to appreciate the complexity of the process for many students and families. I certainly have the upmost respect for the commitment that prospective students put into the progression of their fact-finding, application and decision stages and the rewards that come with such a journey. I have always been excited about meeting new people and developing relationships along the way. I grew up in Bayamon, Puerto Rico and currently reside in Worcester, Massachusetts. I like the fact that Bentley University has been a great conduit for many current students and alums alike to grow intellectually and personally while becoming thoughtful citizens and great contributors in our world. A great advice that I can share with you is: Visit. You will not regret it!