Academics

Sweeney Named Admissions Counselor at Wisconsin Lutheran College

August 12, 2005

MILWAUKEE - Meghan Sweeney has been named Wisconsin Lutheran College's new admissions counselor. In this position, Sweeney will work to develop relationships with prospective students and help them through the process of learning about colleges and determining the best fit for them.

To aid communication with prospective students, one of Sweeney's responsibilities will be creating a monthly newsletter which will keep students informed of happenings on and around campus and key admissions news.

"Meg has a great love for the college that translates into her interest in everything going on here," says Craig Swiontek, director of admissions. "She is a sincere person who cares about people, and that's what makes a good admissions counselor."

Before joining the admissions staff, Sweeney was employed by GE Healthcare. She graduated from Wisconsin Lutheran College with a bachelor's degree in political science. As an undergraduate, Sweeney studied abroad in Munich, Germany, she served as the student coordinator for the college's "China Connection" project, and interned with Milwaukee County Executive Scott Walker's re-election campaign.

For further information about Sweeney or admissions at Wisconsin Lutheran College, please call (414) 443-8811 or visit wlc.edu.

Wisconsin Lutheran College is an independent liberal arts college located on the west side of Milwaukee.