Meet the Undergraduate Admission Staff

Our Admission Staff is a friendly team of people who are eager to help you find out if Belhaven University, is the right place for you. From your first campus visit to the day you enroll, we are here to serve you! Look below to find out which admission counselor is yours (based upon the first letter of your last name), and feel free to contact us with any questions -we love hearing from prospective students!

Office of Admission    I    1500 Peachtree St. Box 153    I    Jackson, MS 39202
601-968-5940    I    Toll free: 1-800-960-5940    I    Fax: 601-968-8946    I    admission@belhaven.edu

CaitlinDunn, Admission CounselorServing freshmen and transfers in Creative Writing, Film and Music
Also serving freshmen in North MS and TN, GA, AR, LA, CT, ME, NH, NJ, PA, RI, DE, MA, VA



Caitlin Dunn
Admission Counselor
cdunn@belhaven.edu

Hometown: La Veta, CO
Degrees: BFA in Creative Writing, Global Studies Minor
Hobbies: I love to read, travel, play the mandolin, sing, and act.

What do you do in the Office of Admission? I’m able to help students through the process of finding their own niche at Belhaven, and I walk them through the steps they need to take to complete admission.

What is your perception of academic quality at Belhaven University?
When I attended Belhaven, I was always encouraged to academically perform to my highest potential. I believe that students at Belhaven are provided with the unique opportunity to spend quality time with their professors, which gives them the chance to find clarity and receive genuine help when it comes to their studies. Belhaven also offers numerous internship opportunities, so many students are able to apply what they’ve learned in a professional, practical context.

What do you like most about Belhaven? The atmosphere of genuine caring and community at Belhaven is something that I noticed and loved from the moment I began schooling here. When you take classes here, you are a student, but more importantly, you are seen. The faculty, staff, and students care about each other and want each other to succeed.

What is your favorite place on campus? Why? I’ve always loved the ‘Loungeatory,’ which is the Creative Writing department’s personal lounge in Preston. I spent some wonderful hours writing, laughing, studying, and spending quality time with other students there.

What advice would you give to your incoming students? Take your time, and make as many friends as you can! Your time at college is a rare opportunity to spend time each day with people from all over the country and all over the world—and you just might have something in common!