Ashley graduated in 2014 from Montreat College in Montreat, North Carolina with a Psychology/Human Services degree. She is married to Noah Hall, Resident Director of Wellons Hall and serves as Office Administrator for Admissions. While in college, Ashley took a year off of school and lived in Tyler, TX at Pine Cove Camps where she did an 8-month long discipleship program called The Forge.
Latonia Allen is from Greencastle, PA. She is Emmanuel's Head Women’s Volleyball Coach, Athletic Event Coordinator, and serves as an adjunct professor in the Kinesiology and Sports Management Department. Latonia holds a BS and MS in Athletic Training. Prior to coming to Emmanuel she held positions as a college volleyball coach for 7 years, a Senior Woman Administrator, a Head Athletic Trainer, and an adjunct professor in Physical Education and Sports Management departments at several institutions.
Ashley Exendine earned her B.S. in Wildlife Biology and an M.S. in Biology with an emphasis in conservation education at Missouri State University. Her graduate work involved the critiquing and testing of a rangeland curriculum in elementary schools throughout the South Texas area. Her graduate work was supported by a fellowship through The Rob & Bessie Welder Wildlife Foundation located in Sinton, Texas. Prior to joining Emmanuel College in 2013, she worked with the Welder Wildlife Foundation as a Conservation Educator for all age groups.
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Qualifications for admission to the Criminal Justice Minor:
1. Grade point average of at least 2.00;
2. Maintain an average of 2.5 in Criminal Justice courses.
The Criminal Justice program at Emmanuel College prepares students to enter the multifaceted field of law enforcement, corrections, probation/parole, and juvenile justice. The Criminal Justice program at Emmanuel takes both an academic and practical approach. The student will pursue the substantive investigation of criminal justice as well as participating in practical experiences such as labs and internships. The program is also interdisciplinary, drawing from studies in sociology, psychology, political science, and pre-law studies.