Hello! My name is Lindsey and I'm from Post Falls, Idaho. I have lived in the Northwest my whole life (and I love it here!), so I was very excited to move to Klamath Falls in 2013 to begin my position as Assistant Director of Admissions for Recruitment at Oregon Tech. Before coming to Oregon Tech I was an Academic Advisor at Washington State University, and now I get to continue doing what I love: working with students as they step into the exciting new world of college education! As a brand new Oregonian I'm dazzled every day by the beauty of this region and the kindness of all the people I meet. When not at Oregon Tech, I spend my time playing the piano, singing, reading, running, swimming, hiking, and exploring (and, yes, I admit it...watching TV). I also enjoy diving into a good art or craft project - recently I started knitting a scarf with Oregon Tech's school colors, GO OWLS!
Post Falls, Idaho
Associate of Science from North Idaho College
Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from University of Idaho
Master of Arts in English Literature from Washington State University
What's Great About Oregon Tech
Oregon Tech's campus is truly an example of that old saying "the best things come in small packages". We have the perfect combination: a robust college experience (there is always something fun to do on campus!) but a small campus where everything is within walking distance and class sizes are small. At Oregon Tech, students are more than just a face in the crowd, they are a member of the Oregon Tech family!
Favorite Place on Campus
I love the giant OT on the hill behind campus - if you climb up, you get a spectacular view of Oregon Tech!
Why I Enjoy Working in Admissions
I love seeing new students get excited to start the next chapter of their lives, and I love being the one who can help them discover how to achieve their dreams.
"I spent a long time trying to find my center until I looked closely at it one night & found it had wheels and moved easily in the slightest breeze. So now I spend less time sitting and more time sailing." - Brian Andreas