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HPU Welcomes Hall as Advisor, Coach in Freshman Success Program

Posted on September 6, 2013.
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Douglas HallHIGH POINT, N.C., Sept. 6, 2013 – High Point University recently hired Douglas Hall as an adviser and coach in the Freshman Success Program.

Hall is responsible for serving freshmen by coaching and guiding them toward academic and personal success.

“My number one priority is to help students align themselves with their passion and purpose as soon as possible,” Hall says. “I believe that when they do identify what they are and grab a hold of it with intensity, nothing can stop them from achieving what they desire to accomplish in life.”

He has a wealth of experience in facilitating student programs, including working in college recruitment at Indiana State University, North Carolina A&T State University and Wake Forest University’s School of Business. He previously worked at High Point Regional Health System, as well as the City of Greensboro Workforce Development. Due to his own personal college experience, he is driven to help inspire a passion that will help students succeed; he’s looking forward to giving back to students through his new role.

Hall earned a Bachelor of Arts in corporate communications from Indiana University-Kokomo, as well as a Master of Science in instructional technology from North Carolina A&T State University.

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