Elaina Curtis

Graduate Student, Salem State University

About this speaker

Elaina Curtis (she/her/hers) is a second-year graduate student at Salem State earning her Master's degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs. She is also a graduate assistant for the Student Transition and Engagement Program and a graduate intern for the NASPA Region 1 conference. She is extremely passionate about college access and transition, especially since she herself had a tough time with her own undergraduate transition. Eventually, she was able to find her niche by working on campus as a writing center consultant, working at the information desk, and being a part of the student events committee! When Elaina is not in class, studying, or working, she loves spending time with friends and family, petting her adorable cat Callie, and traveling the world! The farthest she has traveled is China!


Where Do I Belong? Supporting First-Generation Students in Their Development of Their First Year and Beyond - E51-335

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