Cole Excited to Return to Campus

Chloe-Cole.jpgThe beginning of the 2020-21 academic year didn’t start out quite the way Chloe Cole expected.

She returned to campus in August and, like the rest of the Central Methodist University student body, was tested for COVID-19. She had no symptoms but tested positive and had to return home to Urbana, Mo. Despite only showing symptoms for two days, her tests kept coming back positive for weeks, and she could not return to Fayette.

So she took the next best route – online coursework.

Now COVID-free and with more time on her hands, Cole is taking that extra time to return to Central in another capacity, as an employee. She will serve as an admissions counselor.

“I’m excited to be back here and to help students get to have the experience that I had as a student because it’s an awesome place,” said Cole.

As a former student ambassador, Cole has had prior involvement with the admissions department and is no stranger to campus tours. And as a member of Kappa Beta Gamma, she can also attest to Central’s student life experience, making her an ideal spokesperson for CMU’s recruiting efforts.

Aside from school and work, Cole says she enjoys spending time outside “adventuring” and hanging out with her family.

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