Courtney Bigger

Associate Director, Undergraduate Programming

Courtney is a dedicated higher education professional with more than eight years of career services education under her belt. With a master of arts in counseling psychology, Courtney has worked in large public university, community college, and liberal arts school environments. Courtney is passionate about curriculum development, holistic student career services and providing an engaging, safe, fun learning environment in which students can thrive.

As the associate director of undergraduate programming on the undergraduate team in the Office of Career Services (OCS), she oversees the strategic direction of the BMGT 367: Career Search Strategies course, a mandatory core course all undergraduate students must take. She also strategizes implements and manages first year and new student programming. Additionally, she is responsible for the integration of career services at the Shady Grove campus.

Courtney received her undergraduate degree from the University of Connecticut and a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Marist College.

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