Liz Kubias started at Hope College in July 2014 and serves as the residential life coordinator for Cook Hall, where she oversees daily community life through connecting with residents, holding judicial meetings, attending programs, serving in an on-call rotation and supervising a team of resident assistants. Liz also has the opportunity to work closely with three resident directors in the North-Side Neighborhood, in College East, Durfee Hall and Voorhees Hall. She also serves as the advisor for the Hope Advocates for Sustainability and the Greek Judicial Board.
- M.Ed., counselor education, Clemson University, 2014
- B.S., biology and Spanish, Central Michigan University, 2011
While attending Clemson University, Liz had an assistantship in housing and served as a wilderness therapy guide for a summer in Washington State. Liz has also worked in a year-long internship position as the recreation coordinator at an InterVarsity camp in the Upper Peninsula.
Why I love Hope
Liz loves the students she works with, along with their passion for getting involved. She also appreciates the staff community and location of Hope and is a big fan of the college’s many traditions, like The Pull and Nykerk.
Outside the college
Liz enjoys running, yoga, hiking, exploring the Upper Peninsula, hanging out with friends, relishing the Michigan summer sun and spending time with her spouse and their pup, Pepper.