Admissions Counselors

Staci Bell

Staci Bell

University of Nebraska-Kearney ‘86

Office: 402.465.2501

Cell: 402.430.7715

Email: sbell [at]

Facebook: Staci Bell NebrWesleyan

I work with students in the Lincoln Public and Parochial schools. I also work with students from my alma mater high school, DC West.

My advice to a student in the college search process is: Do your research and find a school that’s a good fit for you. You can start exploring online, but a website can only give you a limited amount of information. Visit all schools you’re interested in and get the “feel” of each campus. You’ll know what feels right when you’re there.

Amy Christensen

Amy Christensen

Nebraska Wesleyan University ‘16

Office: 402.465.2476

Email: achrist7 [at]

Facebook: Amy Christensen NebrWesleyan

I work with first-year students from Northeast Nebraska, Elkhorn, Fremont, Gretna, Waverly, California, Hawaii, Montana, Nevada, Utah, and Wyoming

My favorite place on campus is: The stone bench in between Old Main and the music building. It is the perfect spot to study, journal, or sit and collect your thoughts. Also, it is always surrounded by nature depending on the season: fall = leaves, winter = snow, spring = flowers.

Gordie Coffin

Kelle Eberspacher

Nebraska Wesleyan University '07
Masters of Forensic Science, Nebraska Wesleyan University ‘12

Office: 402.465.2544

Email: gcoffin [at]

I work with first year students at Papillion-LaVista High School in Papillion, Nebraska.

My advice to a student in the college search process is: The next four years will influence the remainder of your life, so it is important to research every opportunity a college affords. Your coursework, friendships, faculty engagement, living arrangements, internships, and extracurricular activities (to name a few) will all change your perception on life and influence decisions and outcomes. Each of these opportunities are integral to your development as a person and will be abundant during your time at NWU.

Kelle Eberspacher

Kelle Eberspacher

Azusa Pacific University, B.A. ‘08

Office: 402.465.2144

Cell: 402.430.5017

Email: keberspa [at]

Facebook: Kelle Eberspacher NebrWesleyan

I work with first year students from South Central/South East Nebraska and the Kansas City area.

Nebraska Wesleyan University is unique because: We have the resources and success rates of a major university, but the community and personal attention of a small campus. The combination of high academic rigor, close relationships among professors and students alike, and endless opportunities for awesome life experiences really set us apart!

Melanie Fuller, Ph.D.

Dr. Melanie Armstrong

St. Andrews Presbyterian College, B.A. '85;
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Ph.D. '93

Office: 402.465.2100

Cell: 402.430.4998

Email: marmstro [at]

I work with transfer and international students.

My favorite thing about Nebraska Wesleyan is: The sense of community and closeness among students, faculty and staff. Having someone remember and use your name when they talk to you is very affirming and motivating. There is a very tangible sense of belonging at Nebraska Wesleyan.

Holden Meier

Holden Meier

Knox College ’16

Office: 402.465.2142

Cell: 402.430.5002

Email: hmeier [at]

Facebook: Holden Meier NebrWesleyan

I work with first-year students from Omaha private schools, Millard, East-Central Nebraska, Iowa, and the Northeast, Southeast, Southcentral, and Northwest United States.

Nebraska Wesleyan University is unique because: We offer the personal attention and community you receive at a liberal arts college in the heart of the best college town in the Great Plains – NWU is the best of both worlds.

Caitlyn Potter

Caitlyn Potter

University of Nebraska-Lincoln ’08
Strayer University, M.Ed. ’13

Office: 402.465.2476

Cell: 402.314.4755

Email: cpotter [at]

Facebook: Caitlyn Potter NebrWesleyan

Twitter: CPotter_NWU

I work with students transferring from four-year colleges and any other community college.

My advice to a student in the college search process is: Ask yourself, "How will your school help achieve your goals?” The most important factor in your college decision is what you want to accomplish! Your college needs to help you get there. Whether you have a major in mind or want room to explore, it’s all about realizing your individual dreams.

Benjamin Smith

Benjamin Smith
Northern Arizona University ’05

Office: 402.465.2156

Cell: 402.430.7817

Email: bsmith7 [at]

Facebook: Benjamin Smith NebrWesleyan

Nebraska Wesleyan University is unique because: Professors know their students, and they talk, learn, work, eat, volunteer, do research, travel and have fun together. Personal attention at NWU means that our students have a tremendous educational experience!

Josh Wall

Josh Wall

Nebraska Wesleyan University ‘13
University of South Dakota ‘15

Office: 402.465.2150

Cell: 402.430.3051

Email: jwall [at]

Facebook: Josh Wall NebrWesleyan

Twitter: JoshWallNWU

I work with first year students from North Central Nebraska (including Kearney and Grand Island), Southwest Nebraska, Northwest Nebraska, and the state of South Dakota.

My favorite thing about Nebraska Wesleyan is: The people. Stepping onto campus feels like you walked in your front door. Everyone greets each other warmly and with intention. This campus cares!