Hogan becomes campus liaison at Trine's Columbus Education Center

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Promoting value of Trine degree, recruiting
students keep new employee busy

Trine University’s Columbus Education Center recently welcomed Nicholas Hogan to its team as campus liaison.

Nick HoganIn October, Hogan assumed the responsibilities of recruiting students for School of Professional Studies programs in Columbus and promoting the value of a continuing education.

A 2007 graduate of Columbus North High School, Hogan earned a Bachelor of Arts in oral communication with a minor in theater/acting from Lipscomb University in 2011. Following his graduation, he spent two years honing his interpersonal skills in the financial industry. Most recently, he served as a teller supervisor with PNC Bank.

Hogan said he acts as a “jack of all trades” for the Columbus campus, which includes “recruiting, meeting with prospective and current students, and just about anything else related to a student’s experience in the adult studies program. My vision for the campus is to grow to match the evolving need for advanced degrees in the workplace, and provide the Columbus community with an exceptional academic and professional experience. I will apply my previous experience to work with Trine and its partners to help students reach their academic goals.”