As a First Year Advisor in the Center for Student Success, Alejandro Medellin is responsible for advising incoming freshmen in the social sciences, teaching College Success Seminar courses, and leading programming affiliated with the Carthage Academic Achievement Program. He joined the Carthage advising staff in April 2017.
Alejandro earned his bachelor’s degree in community education from the University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee, followed by his master’s degree in higher education leadership from the University of Wisconsin—Whitewater. Alejandro brings experience in developmental advising, registration and orientation sessions for first year and transfer students, Latino/a student outreach, and goal setting with probationary students. Alejandro is also bilingual in Spanish and English and has a passion for meaningful parent and family interactions.
- B.S., Community Education — University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
- M.S., Professional Development with Higher Education Leadership emphasis — University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Main responsibilities at Carthage
- Advise incoming freshmen in the social sciences
- Teach College Success Seminar courses
- Lead programming affiliated with the Carthage Academic Achievement Program
Favorite thing about working at Carthage
“The beautiful campus. I can’t wait until the summer time for the greens to get really green and the trees to start showing their leaves.”