Office: Clark C-209
Position: Academic Success Coordinator
- Major advisor for International Studies and Foreign Languages
- Literatures and Cultures
Department: Academic Support Center, International Studies, and Languages, Literatures and Culture
Kelly McGregor is an Academic Support Coordinator working with students majoring in International Studies as well as Languages, Literatures, and Cultures. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and English as well as his Master of Arts in English Literature from the University of Colorado at Boulder. During his time as a student Kelly studied abroad in Guadalajara, Mexico in order to better study the Spanish language. Before becoming an advisor at Colorado State, Kelly worked as a residence hall director for the University of Colorado where he worked closely with residential academic programs and taught several courses including Banned Books and the First Amendment, First Year Writing Seminar, as well as Comics and the Interpretive Arts. Kelly strongly believes that an education in the Liberal Arts trains students to be strong critical thinkers and engaged global citizens. He also supports the idea that studying abroad dramatically increases the educational value of a student’s time at the University. Kelly was born and raised in Fort Collins and loves spending time outside in the Colorado sun. Reading fiction, listening to music, skiing, biking, and watching Rockies baseball are just a few of his interests outside of work.
Master of Arts in English Literature