Anderson accepts coordinator position with Potomac State
Kara Anderson recently accepted a full-time position with Potomac State College (PSC) of West Virginia University as a student conduct coordinator with the Student Life Division.
In her new position, Anderson is responsible for implementing a campus-wide student conduct system which includes all PSC Student Conduct Code policies and procedures, administering all student conduct hearings, compiling student conduct statistics, and creating necessary reports for both internal use and federal reporting (Clery data) by the PSC Police Department.
Anderson has worked at Potomac State since September 1991 in the following capacities: as a guidance counselor in Student Support Services, as an educational counselor in the Academic Success Center, as a prevention program specialist in the Health Center, and most recently as the interim student conduct coordinator.
Prior to her employment at the College, she served as a case manager with Fortis Corporation in Baltimore, Md.
Anderson earned a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling and vocational evaluation from WVU, graduating summa cum laude in 1990. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in sociology from Fairmont State University, graduating cum laude in 1988.
Anderson resides in Cumberland with her husband, Brad, and their two sons, Brady and Kevin.