Staff

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Nicholas Cubita, Ed.D.

M.Ed. in Student Development Administration
Ed.D. in Higher Education Administration

Director of Orientation Programs

Phone: 206-296-6072

Building/Room: STCN 320

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About Nick: Born and raised in Westchester, NY, I am a double Jesuit alum of Loyola University Maryland (B.A.) and Seattle University (M.Ed.). My work in overseeing students' transition experiences is guided by inclusion and evidence-based practices. My research interests include the intersection of religious and sexual orientation identities and the overarching college transition experience for college students. After 9 years on the East Coast, I am excited to be back in the PNW with my cat sidekick, Freddie, and make the most of the transition to college experience for our new Redhawks!

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Collin Nail

M.A. in Student Development Administration

Administrative Coordinator

Phone: 206-296-2525

Building/Room: Student Center 320

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About Collin: I was born and raised in Oklahoma. I am a first-generation college graduate from Oklahoma State University where I studied Career & Technical Education. I moved to Seattle in 2017 for my Master’s degree in Student Development Administration at Seattle University and graduated in 2019. In my free time, I enjoy cooking, baking, watching movies, playing board games, and spending time with my partner and our dogs, Koda and Cowboy.

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Citlali Yanez Sanchez

M.Ed. Candidate in Student Development Administration

Orientation Program Graduate Intern

Building/Room: Student Center 320

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About CitlaliI was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco and raised in Yakima, WA. For my undergraduate, I attended the University of Washington here in Seattle. During this time is when I learned my true passion or supporting students in higher education. I have always been very leadership driven and coming from a Mexican household as the oldest of 4 daughters, education and tradition have always been very important.  These identities and my experiences as a first-generation Latinx student have led me to where I am now, pursuing a Master’s degree in Student Development Administration. I want to continue supporting students in every way possible! In my free time I enjoy baking and watching movies/shows with friends and family. If you have any recommendations for movies or shows I should watch, let me know!

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Bi Han

Orientation Coordinator

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Year in School: Second
Major: Biochemistry

About Bi: Adopted from South Korea and raised in Washington State, I am currently working on getting a BS in Biochemistry with hopes to pursue research in the future! With a passion for community and helping others, my work as an Orientation Coordinator is to welcome and provide comfortable spaces for incoming students to Seattle University. Beyond my academics and work, I also enjoy spending time with my pets, playing video games, and trying new foods around the city!