Katherine Stolp has been named director of admissions and recruitment for Lake Superior College.
The former LSC Carl D. Perkins grant coordinator at the school will provide campus strategic leadership for admissions and recruitment activities and work in collaboration with Institutional Advancement (marketing, public relations, community outreach and LSC Foundation), various departments within Academic and Student Affairs (ASA), and with external partners.
She will oversee and participate directly in LSC’s student recruitment activities.
Prior to LSC, Stolp served as a career specialist/recruiter at Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College in Superior for nearly seven years. She was also a senior recruiter in the Twin Cities metro area within the for-profit education sector.
She earned a master’s of education degree in counseling from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. In addition, she earned a bachelor of arts in communication from the University of Minnesota Duluth.
About Lake Superior College
Lake Superior College (LSC) is a comprehensive two-year community and technical college in Duluth, offering more than 90 programs including liberal arts and science courses for transfer, technical and trades programs, allied healthcare and nursing programs, and continuing education and customized training for business and industry.
LSC is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. LSC serves over 10,000 students annually, through all services and programs, making it northeastern Minnesota’s largest two-year college.
LSC is also a leader in online courses and programs in Minnesota, and offers competitive DIII athletics including soccer, basketball, clay target and cycling. More information can be found at www.lsc.edu.