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University Of Mount Olive In Wilmington Adds Lenkaitis And Lare

By Jenny Callison, posted Jan 12, 2016
(Treva Lare)
The Wilmington campus of the University of Mount Olive recently added two members to its staff. Shea Lenkaitis is the campus’s admissions representative and Treva Lare is an academic adviser.

Lenkaitis (at left), who earned her Bachelor of Arts in English from Northern Arizona University and her Master of Arts in teaching from University of North Carolina Wilmington, has worked for the past several years working with high school students and adult learners.

Lare received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Mount Olive and has eight years’ experience with the school in a variety of positions in financial aid, student accounts and VA certification, according to a news release.

The private university’s Wilmington location accommodates nontraditional students by offering five-week sessions with classes one night a week.
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