Graduate Admissions Staff | Admissions & Aid

Graduate Admissions Staff

Michelle Kulhorst

Michelle Kuhlhorst
Director of Enrollment Services for Adult Learning
260-399-7700, ext. 6307
mkuhlhorst@sf.edu

Michelle considers the Welcome Center a great place for enrollment staff, prospective students and their families to meet, especially with the beautiful view of Brookside, Mirror Lake and more outside the front windows. She enjoys working with traditional graduate admissions and Virtual Campus enrollment and helping them navigate their career path. She earned her BA in Interpersonal Communication and MA in Professional Communication from IPFW/PFW. She lists George Orwell’s 1984 as her favorite book
and the Smashing Pumpkins as her all-time favorite band.

Michelle’s advice: “There will always be reasons to put off your education, but focus on how to overcome those to reach your goals. After all, everything worth doing takes time and effort.”


Kyle Richardson

Kyle Richardson
Associate Director of Enrollment Services for Adult Learning
260-399-7700, ext. 6310
krichardson@sf.edu

Kyle loves to advise and mentor adult students and relishes his opportunities as a teacher, with his favorite spot being the META classroom at USF’s Downtown Business Center. Kyle earned a BSBA and MSM from Indiana Tech. He spends his free time carving out a growing online presence as an MLB/NFL analyst and Director of Social Media for The Fantasy Headliners.

Kyle’s advice: “It’s never too early to think about continuing your education. Make sure you research early and often and know the admissions requirements to your favorite programs.”


Brooke Corley

Brooke Corley
Enrollment Services Specialist
260-399-7700, ext. 6302
bcorley@sf.edu

Brooke loves to greet students in her favorite place on campus, the Welcome Center, and helps those in the traditional program and virtual campus program. She’s also eager to answer questions. In fact, Brooke is a huge fan of game shows and hopes to be a contestant one day. She earned a BA in Telecommunications from Indiana University and is working on her Master of Science in Education in School Counseling at USF.

Brooke’s advice: “When you’re obtaining your undergraduate degree, get involved and make the most of your time here as a student. It really will go by fast, but there is always grad school!”