Hi, my name is Tabitha Greenwood! I work with students from Siloam Springs, Oklahoma, and the Eastern U.S. I graduated from JBU with a degree in Intercultural Studies with minors in Spanish and Biblical and Theological Studies. I grew up in Texas and Ecuador. Arkansas is beautiful and I spend as much of my free time as I can outside, especially in the summer. I've enjoyed hiking, cliff jumping, and getting less bad at canoeing. At JBU, I found a university that encouraged me to open my eyes to both the needs and opportunities in the larger world around me. Everyone from professors, to Facilities Services, to Student Development takes part in training students to go into their respective fields and work for God's kingdom. I loved having professors who lived out their faith in their daily lives and encouraged me to do the same both here in the States and around the globe. There are tons of ways to get involved here both on and off JBU campus. When I was a student, I was involved in Mu Kappa, an organization for Missionary Kids and the Council of International Friendship. One of my proudest moments was winning the intramural soccer championship with my team. I liked it so much, I decided to stick around a while more and work with students in the admissions process. Basically, I'm your go-to person for any questions about JBU. I also get to take people on tours, and since visiting JBU was really influential in my college decision, I definitely encourage you to come take a look around!