Meet Admissions Counselor Dannyel Butte
Dannyel Butte is an Admissions Counselor for the Traditional Undergraduate Program at Ohio Christian University. As an Admissions Counselor, she loves meeting new people and is excited to help them fulfill their God-given purpose by being prepared with a strong Christian education. She works with students who want to transfer to OCU.
Q: You graduated from Ohio Christian University in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts in Disaster Management. How did your degree from OCU prepare you for the career world?
A: Majoring in Disaster Management has opened doors in places where my passions are. Serving people is what we are called to do and my degree has prepared me to do that in an even larger capacity than I ever imagined was possible.
Q: What was the most valuable thing you learned at OCU?
A: The most valuable thing I learned while at OCU is that you cannot put a price on the value of a solid Christian education. Getting grounded deeper in my faith while attending OCU has prepared me to go out and serve in this world with a deeper purpose than if I had a basic education anywhere else.
Q: What is a fun fact about you?
A: I love math but I am terrible at it.
Q: What is your favorite part of being an Admissions Counselor?
A: Traveling has been my favorite part of being an Admissions Counselor so far. I just enjoy meeting and interacting with students and parents who are trying to figure out where they want to lay their education foundation. This is a huge step in students' lives and I feel blessed to even have a little part by being a representative from an amazing university like OCU.
Q: Why should a student consider coming to OCU?
A: You should consider coming to OCU because I am a witness to the incredible blessings that the Lord has poured down over this campus. You will not find a school that is more passionate about the gospel and serving the students than the staff and faculty at Ohio Christian University. You will be challenged in your faith, but that only makes it grow stronger; you will be challenged in your education, but that only makes you smarter; most importantly, you will be challenged to see what it is the Lord has for your life, and that will only make you grow closer to our Honorable Jesus Messiah.