Meet the Staff


We are your College of Community & Public Service academic advisors.  We come from varied backgrounds and life experiences.  We have taught classes, been to graduate school, worked in for-profit and not-for-profit organizations, volunteered in our local communities, studied and lived abroad, and collaborated with colleagues all across campus.  We help you plan your courses, talk about your chosen paths, think about alternatives, refer you to resources, celebrate with you when good things happen, and support you during more difficult times.  We will be there for you from the time you declare your CCPS major or minor until you graduate with your CCPS undergraduate degree.  Contact the CCPS Undergraduate Advising Center whenever you are not sure where to find the answers! 

Amanda Clark

Amanda Clark

Academic Advisor

  • Social Work

Breeann Gorham

Breeann Gorham

Director

  • Hospitality and Tourism Management

Anne London

Anne London

Senior Academic Advisor

  • Legal Studies Major and Minor
  • Legal Education (LEAP) Program
  • Paralegal Studies Certificate
  • Public & Nonprofit Administration 

Angie Ryan

Angie Ryan

Office Coordinator

  • General Information & Questions
  • Appointment Manager Lead

Shantonya Scott

Shantonya Scott

Academic Advisor

  • Criminal Justice Major and Minor
  • Juvenile Justice Minor
  • Information Security Systems Minor

CCPS Advising Center Goals

  • Assist undergraduate students with declared majors or minors in the College of Community and Public Service with the development of appropriate educational plans to meet their academic, career, and life goals

  • Encourage students to seek out diverse educational experiences, both within and outside of the classroom, to enhance the student’s learning and academic development

  •  Inform students about the available programs, services, and university resources to support academic success. As necessary, make appropriate referrals to other advising staff, faculty, programs, or support services throughout the university.

  •  Monitor the academic progress of undergraduate students with declared majors or minors in the College of Community and Public Service and provide intentional advising assistance and support.

  • Provide ongoing, consistent, communication, training, and development for faculty and staff within the College of Community and Public Service


Where Are They Now?

The CCPS-UAC has had the pleasure of working with new student affairs professionals through graduate assistant positions in our office. We hire our graduate assistants from the College Student Affairs Leadership (CSAL) graduate program at GVSU. The pictures below are former graduate assistants in our office who have gone on to professional positions in the field across the nation. We are very proud of our former GA's and the work they did while in our office...and continue to do in the profession! Click on the pictures below to be introduced to our former graduate assistants and see where they are now. 
 



Page last modified July 17, 2017