Campus Life Staff

Alisa Mauk Lively
Director of Campus Life
lively_a@wvwc.edu
Degree(s): B.A. Psychology and M.A. in Counseling: Higher Education Administration
Graduation year(s): 1982 and 1984
Started at WVWC: 1987
Hometown: Buckhannon, WV
Clubs/Foundations/or Conferences: Ex Officio Member of the WVWC Board of Trustees as Chair of Staff Council, Member of NACA, Member of MACUHO, MEMBER of NASPA, President, Upshur County CVB, Member, Create Buckhannon; Member, Upshur County Special Olympics Committee
Why you like WVWC : I like working at a small school where you can see daily the differences you make in the life of each student. The faculty, staff and students at Wesleyan are the best! Our Wesleyan community truly makes me love to come to work every day. I know it is cliché, but Wesleyan truly is our 'home among the hills'.
What your position does for the students: As the Director of Campus Life, I work with housing, residence life, outdoor recreation, campus activities, conferencing, commuter students and judicial affairs. I work with all of these areas on a daily basis. I am afforded the opportunity to teach First Year Seminar and engage with Freshmen and serve as their advisor for the first semester.

Cindy Roby
Office of Campus Life Office Manager
roby_c@wvwc.edu
Started at WVWC: 2000
Hometown: Buckhannon, WV
Clubs/Foundations/or Conferences you are a part of: Secretary, Church of South Buckhannon Mission
Why you like WVWC: I interact with all the students and I feel like I'm a mom to all of them.
What your position does for the students: As Office Manager to the Office of Campus Life, I feel that I maintain good organization skills in every aspect of the housing department. I often find myself helping students develop and learn, while keeping peace in the office.


Rebecca Radcliff
Coordinator of Housing Operations
Radcliff_r@wvwc.edu
Degree(s): B.S. Behavior Science with a Concentration in Criminal Justice from Glenville State College.
Graduation year(s): 2007
Started at WVWC: July 2012
Hometown: Fort Seybert, WV  
Clubs/Foundations/or Conferences: Alumni of Alpha Theta Xi
Why you like WVWC : I love working at a small college because it gives you the opportunity to meet and interact with so many people. WVWC is such a friendly school!
What your position does for the students: As Coordinator of Housing Operations, I am a little behind the scenes, making sure you have somewhere to live on campus.


Roxanne Bright
Coordinator of Student Programs and Conferencees
bright_r@wvwc.edu
Degree: B.A. Political Science
Graduation year: 1993
Started at WVWC: 2011
Hometown: Hambleton, WV
Clubs/Foundations/or Conferences you are a part of: NACA (National Association of Campus Activities)
Why you like WVWC: I went to a small college, and love the close knit feel of the campus.  I love the idea of getting to know students and having them hang out in my office.
What your position does for the students: It’s my job to bring in activities for the students to do outside of class.  I love finding new and exciting things to bring to our students to do, and I’m always looking for the newest events to bring in.  My door is always open – if you have an idea, just let me know!


Nicholas Garbark
Residence Life Coordinator
Garbark_N@wvwc.edu
Degrees: Bachelor of Arts, English from Wheeling Jesuit University
Graduation year: 2012
Started at WVWC: July 2012
Hometown: Wheeling, WV
Clubs/Foundations/or Conferences you are a part of: Member of Mid-Atlantic Association of College & University Housing Officers (MACUHO), Freshmen Council Advisor, Got Pride Advisor
Why you like WVWC: 
Aside from the fact that I live walking distance from the river to fish, I like the strong community that has been established here.  The open and welcoming lifestyle that everyone exhibits has made this a great place to live and work.  I’m a country boy so the rustic scenery is an added bonus to a school that truly offers something for everyone.
What your position does for the students: 
As a Residence Life Coordinator I help to groom Resident Directors and Resident Assistants to properly handle conflict and produce exciting new programs for their residents.  I am here to help teach students how to get the full college experience while also learning how to use logic.  I oversee McCuskey, Fleming, and New Hall as well as the Camden Apartments.


Shriya Adhikary
Graduate Residence Director for New Hall
Graduate Assistant for Campus Life Information
adhikary_s@wvwc.edu
Degree(s): BA in Communications and International Studies, MBA
Graduation year(s): BA 2013, MBA 2016
Started at WVWC: August 2014 
Hometown: Annandale, VA; originally from Kathmandu, Nepal 
Clubs/Foundations/or Conferences: Ignatian Honors College, Lambda Pi Eta, Sigma Delta Pi, Sigma Iota Rho, Alpha Sigma Nu
Why you like WVWC: I'm excited for the opportunity to continue my education at WVWC and thankful for all of the wonderful students and staff I work with.
What your position does for the students: The position of Graduate Assistant for Public Relations works to involve students in Campus Life activities and events through various social media interaction.


Kalob McCaffery
Graduate Residence Director for Benedum Hall
Graduate Assistant for Outdoor Recreation
mccaffery_kp@wvwc.edu
Degree(s): Master's in Education with Post-baccalaureate Certification (English) Graduation year(s): 2016
Started at WVWC: Fall 2014
Hometown: Decorah, IA
Clubs/Foundations/or Conferences:  Outside: the place to find your true self.
Why you like WVWC : The environment truly emanates friendship and community: everyone seems to care to make this place a home-away-from-home for all of its students and employees.  I love the faculty and staff I get to work with everyday because they genuinely desire success for each other member of the school.  The collaboration and cooperation at this institution completely blows away any other place I attended.  
What your position does for the students:  I get the privilege of showing students the wonderful state they inhabit while they attend school: wild and wonderful West, by God, Virginia.  I afford them the opportunity to take adventurous trips that they may not find available at home for a much more inexpensive rate than normal.  I allow students to find themselves in nature: for there truly exists no better place to reflect.