Ask a Counselor

We want to help you get to know ENC! Meet our Admissions Team. They are experts on the College, and are always willing to assist as you navigate the application process. Don’t forget to look for the counselor specifically trained to help students from your geographic area or educational background!

Office of Admissions: 1-800-88-ENC-88 or admissions@enc.edu

 

Ashley Rudeen

Ashley Rudeen

Director of Admissions
Recruitment: International Students
617-745-3861
ashley.rudeen@enc.edu

Where are you from?
Los Angeles, California.

What was your college major?
History, with a minor in Spanish.

What were your favorite college activities?
History Honors Society, Missions Trips, French Club, Association for Latin American Students, Water Polo Club, and Ultimate Frisbee Games.

What do you enjoy most about your job?
The relationships that I make with both current and incoming students. Being able to watch students on their path to self discovery is very rewarding, and I consider myself lucky to be a part of the ride.

What are your favorite Boston pastimes?Sporting events would have to be one of my favorites. You haven’t experienced the real spirit of Boston until you see masses of excited Bostonians gather together rooting for the same cause. I also love the changing seasons. Coming from SoCal I find it very refreshing to experience something other than HOT year round. =)

What advice would you give to an incoming ENC student?
Take advantage of every opportunity you have to get involved on campus. By experiencing new things you will learn more about yourself!

 

Madison Flowers

Madison Flowers
Assistant Director of Admissions
Recruitment: Athletes and Transfers
617-745-3675
madison.flowers@enc.edu

Where are you from?
Somerset, KY

What was your college major?
Psychology

What were your favorite college activities?
I played basketball in college so that was where I spent a lot of my time.  I loved spending time with my teammates and friends.  The long bus rides and nights in the dorm being silly and having fun are some of my favorite memories.

What do you enjoy most about your job?
I enjoy getting to know prospective students and their backgrounds.  I love helping them through the journey to ENC and seeing/hearing their excitement at the next steps of their lives.  I also love working with an awesome staff who are so helpful, encouraging, and welcoming.

What are your favorite Boston pastimes?
Is food considered a pastime?? I definitely enjoy trying all of the great food Boston has to offer!! I also love going to any sporting event in the city! Fenway Park, Gillette Stadium, and TD Garden-It’s hard to beat the experience of attending a game with the Boston atmosphere at one of these stadiums!!

What advice would you give to an incoming ENC student?
Enjoy every minute of your College experience! Invest in the people around you because they will be your friends and support long after your college career.  Get involved in anything and everything you might be interested in and have fun!

What advice would you give to an incoming ENC student?
Take advantage of every opportunity you have to get involved on campus. By experiencing new things you will learn more about yourself!

 

Alex Monteiro


Enrollment Counselor
Recruitment: Local
617-745-3859
alex.monteiro@enc.edu

Where are you from?
I was born here in Boston, but I grew up just outside of Philadelphia

What was your college major?
International Affairs (Economics Minor)

What were your favorite college activities?
I was a big fan of running to the nearby beaches, taking a train into the city, and finding cool coffee shops to pretend to do homework near the college.

What do you enjoy most about your job?
I love meeting new people and building relationships. I also like knowing that I brought students to a place that I care deeply about, and one that will do a great job in equipping them for the future!

What are your favorite Boston pastimes?
Quincy Market is a great place to try new foods, Newbury Street has a lot of cool shops to shop (check out Concepts for all your sneaker needs!), and if you like sports Boston is unrivaled.

What advice would you give to an incoming ENC student?
Meet new people, take risks in trying new activities and experiences, and be willing to make mistakes!

 

Jesse Oleson

Enrollment Counselor
Recruitment: Nazarene Students, On Region, and Off Region
617-745-3736
jesse.oleson@enc.edu

Where are you from?
Huntington Beach, CA

What was your college major?
Journalism

What were your favorite college activities?
My favorite college activities were playing competitive club rugby for PLNU and competing in the national tournament, as well as enjoying all the Mexican food that San Diego had to offer.

What do you enjoy most about your job?
Being able to put students on a path of success!

What are your favorite Boston pastimes?
As a history buff, my favorite pastime is enjoying the many historical sites in and around the city.

What advice would you give to an incoming ENC student?
Get involved in anything and everything! There aren’t many places where you will have this ample amount of resources of people wanting you to succeed and enjoy your college experience.