Cheryl Theall, B.S.E.

College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Advisor

ctheall@uca.edu

Stanley Russ Hall 228

(501) 852-2508

 

Why I Do What I Do

I enjoy helping students to develop intellectually, emotionally, academically and socially. Students need to be encouraged to take ownership of their academic plan to achieve college success. My role is to guide and support each student as they meet their high aspirations and navigate through the many challenges of college life.

 

Since I have gone back to school myself, I certainly have a new understanding of the challenge’s students face. I empathize with each one and can better identify with some of their needs. The students at UCA teach me life lessons every day and I don’t want to ever stop learning from them.

 

I look forward to my days at UCA because I Love what I do. “Find a job you enjoy doing, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” – Mark Twain.

 

About Cheryl

Cheryl is one of the Academic Advisors for the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, working in the Advising Center since 2014. Before accepting the position in Advising she worked in Admissions and the Department of Writing. Prior to her employment at UCA she worked as a High School Teacher in Vilonia, Arkansas, the Director of Admissions at Burdett College in Worcester, Massachusetts, and a Middle School Teacher in Southborough, Massachusetts. 

 

Cheryl obtained her BSE in Elementary Education from Framingham University in Massachusetts and is currently working on her Master’s in College Student Personnel Administration.

 

In her spare time, she dedicates her time advocating for Children’s Literacy working with the organization Focus on the Children: Improving Literacy for the past 16 years.