A familiar face has joined Mississippi University for Women’s Office of Development & Alumni team.
Timothy L. Hopkins, who served as the university’s senior admissions counselor, was recently announced as The W’s new development officer. A W alumnus, Hopkins obtained his degree in bachelor of arts in psychology with a minor in family studies in 2009. He earned his master of science in counseling and psychology from the University of West Alabama in 2011.
The Brooksville native joined The W in 2013 as an admissions counselor. Since 2014, he had served as senior admissions counselor in the Office of Admissions, where he was responsible for the recruitment and enrollment process for prospective students in East Mississippi, consisting of 12 counties.
Additionally, Hopkins traveled extensively throughout the region promoting The W at college fairs, coordinated prospective student receptions and send-off parties and assisted the director of admissions in training newly-hired admissions counselors.
On campus, he serves as a committee member for the MUW Black Alumni Committee and reporter for Staff Council. His extensive service to students includes serving as adviser to the following organizations: Men of Excellence, Young Black Leadership Association, MUW Modeling Squad, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Alpha Omicron Alpha Chapter, Inc., and the MUW Audacity Dance Team.
His professional service includes the Mississippi Association of College Registrars and Admissions Officers, Chief of Staff for the Pi Tau Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., and the National Pan-Hellenic Council.
Prior to joining The W, Hopkins worked as an outpatient therapist with Community Counseling Services.
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