Admissions Counselor

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Skye Heasley

Regions
US: Washington DC
VA: Accomack County, Chesapeake County, Hampton, Isle of Wight County, James City County, Newport News, Norfolk, Northampton County, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, Westmoreland County, York County

Contact Me
sheasley@radford.edu

Hi! My name is Skye Heasley and I am an in-state Admissions Counselor here at Radford University. I was born in Ashtabula, Ohio but grew up in Franklin County, Virginia. I graduated from Radford University in 2015 with a degree in Sociology. I’m super excited to be back on campus and work with future Highlanders! My favorite thing about admissions is being able to help students navigate through their college selection process. I’m passionate about helping students reach their goals, so being able to connect with students one-on-one is something I look forward to doing!

For me, Radford University signifies growth and endless opportunities for everyone who steps foot on our campus. I love Radford because not only is our campus undeniably beautiful all year-round, but being a true mid-size institution allows Radford to have a very home-like and warm feeling from the first moment you visit our tight-knit campus. We have excellent academics with professors who have a vested interest in students as well as a vibrant campus life. With about 270 clubs/organizations on campus there are ample ways for students to get involved and become leaders. One of my favorite places on campus is the Center for Diversity and Inclusion. I spent a vast majority of my time as a student there and love the “home away from home” feeling the director and staff provide (plus, I met my best friend there!).

When I’m not in the office or on campus I enjoy traveling (most recently I traveled to Dubai), going to sporting events/concerts, cooking, volunteering, and spending time with my family and friends.

I look forward to helping you and your family navigate through the college selection process. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions and/or concerns. Go Highlanders!