At Frontier Nursing University (FNU),the first stop for potential students is through the admissions office. Katie Moses, an FNU admissions officer, is the frontline of customer service for these applicants as they consider pursuing an advanced practice nursing degree at Frontier. She and the admissions department, fluent in all facets of Frontier’s operations, walk applicants through each step of the admissions process and often go the extra mile to explain procedures, policies and detailed aspects of campus life at FNU.
“We literally, and figuratively, answer the call every day to grow Frontier’s influence in the nursing field,” Katie said.
Katie, who has been in her role at FNU for seven years, enjoys working with applicants through the admissions process as they seek to further their education in their chosen field. She wants to help students accomplish their nursing dreams, no matter the size.
“It is an honor to aid in one’s journey of self-fulfillment and betterment in any regard,” said Katie. “That is exactly why I am here.”
When seeking a career in higher education, Katie chose FNU because of its prestige within the Leslie County community and its strong reputation. She was welcomed by the friendly faculty and staff, and the quaint campus layout made her feel immediately at home.
Outside of the Frontier admissions office, Katie enjoys painting, sewing, reading, singing, playing upright/electric bass, and spending her time with her dachshund, Pepper, and her husband, Jeremy.
We are proud to have staff like Katie Moses that are dedicated in their service to FNU students and the FNU community as a whole.
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