Although Becky Eno started her job as Academic Counselor in the fall of 2014, she already had a long history with Castleton and with the Academic Support Center (ASC). When she moved to Vermont in 1993, she quickly found herself working in Babcock Hall, providing academic support services to Castleton students. She held two different professional positions in the ASC over the subsequent nine years and also began teaching English Composition. During her hiatus from the ASC, she served as Assistant Director of Academic Support Services down the road at Green Mountain College. She continued to teach part-time in Castleton’s English department, took on teaching in the summer Upward Bound program, and became the ASC’s first ESOL tutor. She has enjoyed all her jobs at Castleton and is delighted to be back on a full-time basis, doing the work she loves most: teaching and supporting students as they navigate the academic system. As Academic Counselor, she provides academic and financial counseling, working with students on study skills, time and stress management, course selection, degree planning, and learning styles exploration.
Before moving to Vermont, Becky worked in Philadelphia as a teacher/counselor/coordinator in an adult literacy program and then as a middle school reading and language arts teacher.
When she’s not working, Becky might be found directing or arranging music for her church choir, taking a leisurely hike in the beautiful Green Mountains, or watching international films with her cats.
M.S., University of Pennsylvania
B.A., University of Pennsylvania