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Ashley Hudspeth
Admissions Counselor

Degree: B.S. Practical Ministries & Bible (Dallas Christian College ’16)
Phone: 214-453-8195 Email: ahudspeth@dallas.edu
Texas Territory: All counties that Rachel Rolling doesn’t have!
Other Territories (states): AK, HI, LA, AR, OK, NM, AZ, CA, NV, UT, CO, KS, MO, IA, NE, WY, OR, WA, ID, MT, ND, SD, MN

Get to know Ashley!

What was the best part about your college experience as a student?

  • The best part of my college experience was going to the President’s Influence Retreat my senior year. It was something I heard about my freshman year and something I looked forward to ever since. I heard, learned, and dove into the meaning of the word “influence” for four years as a student and being able to discuss it and what it meant for me in my life and ministry alongside my closest friends and mentors for a weekend really put it into perspective. Not only was it a nice weekend away at the lake full of discussion, but it was a very sweet time with my friends before we all graduated and went on to pursue our next life adventure. I am grateful DCC gave me that experience.

What makes you excited every day about working at Dallas Christian College?

  • What excites me every day about working at Dallas Christian College, other than the people I share an office space with, is the fact that I get to work at my alma mater. Not only do I as an admissions counselor get to share DCC with prospective students, but I get to share my real life experiences with them. I loved my time as a student and I am excited that I can share that with others.

What advice do you wish you were given when you were looking at your college options?

  • While looking at college options I wish someone would have told me to seriously consider what goes into filling out a college application. It is more than just filling out a packet – they include essays, SAT or ACT test scores, good GPA’s, application fees, etc.  I would have been more productive and would have had a college plan sooner rather than two weeks before school started.

Rachel Rolling
Admissions Counselor 

Degrees: B.S. in Psychology and Bible (Dallas Christian College ’18)
Phone: 214-453-8104 Email: rrolling@dallas.edu
Texas Territories (counties): Cooke, Grayson, Denton, Collin, Rockwall, Hunt, Dallas, Kaufman, Ellis, Navarro, Fannin
Other Territories (states): WI, IL, MS, AL, TN, KY, MI, IN, GA, FL, SC, NC, VA, WV, MD, DC, DE, NJ, CT, MA, RI, NH, VT, ME, OH

Get to know Rachel!

What was the best part about your college experience as a student?

  • As a student at DCC, I have been able to create many wonderful memories. My favorite experience has been to be a part of camp teams for two years. On camps teams, you are able to meet so many new people and travel to some amazing camps. God has allowed me to see young people around the country come to know Him. Camp has always been a place that I have been able to come closer to God so I was eager to be a part of camp teams. It has been wonderful to see how God can establishes relationship with people in all walks of life and can give them a new calling for their life.

What makes you excited every day about working at Dallas Christian College?

  • The admissions office is an exciting place to work because we are helping students as they approach a new phase in life. Furthering your education is a wonderful opportunity and it is a celebration every time a new students finds their calling through DCC.

What advice do you wish you were given when you were looking at your college options?

  • As a first generation college student, I knew nothing about applying for colleges when I first began looking into DCC. My best advice would be to ask a lot of questions. If you don’t know what questions to ask, ask someone what questions you need to ask. There is a lot to learn if you have never applied for college before, but don’t get overwhelmed. Take it one step at a time and the admissions office will help guide you through it.

Anthony Brewer
Director of FLEXCampus Enrollment

Degree: B.S. Psychology & Bible (Dallas Christian College ’18)
Phone: 214-453-8103 Email: abrewer@dallas.edu
Territories: All FLEXCampus (non-traditional) prospective students.

Get to know Anthony!

What was the best part about your college experience as a student?

  • The transformation experience through my degree program.

What makes you excited every day about working at Dallas Christian College?

  • I have the privilege of helping other FLEX students start their transformation experiences through our degree programs too.

What advice do you wish you were given when you were looking at your college options?

  • The advice that this college degree is a financial investment that is always going to give me return on my investment by education adding value to my life, obtaining the skills and credentials for a career, and equipping me for God’s calling in His Kingdom work.

Tyese Little
Admissions Office Manager 

Degree: B.S. Secondary Education & Bible (Dallas Christian College ’09)
Phone: 972-241-3371 Email: admissions@dallas.edu

Get to know Tyese!

What was the best part about your college experience as a student?

  • I had many amazing experiences; playing college sports, participating in Kingdom Week mission trips, leading the Urban Team, being an RA.

What makes you excited every day about working at Dallas Christian College?

  • I love working with my coworkers and the young women in Winslow!

What advice do you wish you were given when you were looking at your college options?

  • I’m sure I was given a lot of advice when looking at my college options, I wish I would have taken it more seriously!

Mac Ingmire
Vice President of Enrollment Management

Degrees: B.S. Business Administration; M.S. Recreation & Sports Administration

Get to know Mac!

What was the best part about your college experience as a student?

  • It was the opportunity to be mentored by a basketball coach and some incredible professors. Going to a Christian college had a life-lasting impact on my life.

What makes you excited every day about working at Dallas Christian College?

  • The students. They provide the reason for why I do what I do.  It’s a good day when I’m able to see a student take a small or large step in their growth as a Christian.

What advice do you wish you were given when you were looking at your college options?

  • Find the place that best fits who you are and find a place where you will be challenged to grow as a person during your time at college. It’s not just about getting a degree. College is about figuring out your calling that God has for your life and learning how to own your faith.

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