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Meet the Undergraduate Admission Staff

Our Admission Staff is a friendly team of people who are eager to help you find out if Belhaven College, now Belhaven University, is the right place for you. From your first campus visit to the day you enroll, we are here to serve you! Look below to find out which admission counselor is yours (based upon the first letter of your last name), and feel free to contact us with any questions -we love hearing from prospective students!

Office of Admission    I    1500 Peachtree St. Box 153    I    Jackson, MS 39202
601-968-5940    I    Toll free: 1-800-960-5940    I    Fax: 601-968-8946    I    admission@belhaven.edu

Olivia McCay, Admission Counselor

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Olivia McCay
Admission Counselor
omccay@belhaven.edu

Hometown: Lakeland, FL
Degree: Bachelor of Arts in History
Hobbies: Anything outdoors, spending time with my husband, eating, going on walks, spending time with friends, traveling, and reading.

What do you do in the Office of Admission?
My job is to work with students who are interested in attending Belhaven University. I make phone calls, answer questions, and make sure the student has a smooth application process.

What is your perception of academic quality at Belhaven University?
Belhaven offers an academic experience that is outstanding. Our classes are taught by teachers who care about their students. The smaller class sizes make the experience of learning more exciting through discussion and interaction with fellow students.

What do you like most about Belhaven?
One of the best things about Belhaven is relationships that are formed here. The community allows for a wonderful opportunity to be build friendships with fellow students and professors. Another thing I like about Belhaven is the genuine concern professors have for their students. Professors care about the student's success in school and life in general.

What is your favorite place on campus? Why?
My favorite place on campus would have to be the Gillespie Commons. It is always such a beautiful place no matter what season.

What advice would you give to your incoming students?
My advice would be for the students to really form good relationships with their teachers. The teachers at Belhaven are here to help you through your college experience and want you to succeed in every aspect of life.