Faculty & Staff
- Nate Chu
As the Counselor for Special Populations, I have the honor and privilege to work with a variety of students; Transfer, Online, Graduate, International and Athletes. However, my role as an Admissions Counselor is to ensure that you, a transfer student, understand the transfer process and feel that Taylor is your home when you arrive on campus.
I graduated from Taylor in 2005 and after spending a few years in corporate America, God has called my wife and I back to the Taylor community in 2009. I thoroughly enjoyed my time here as a student and it has truly been a blessing to be back. I never thought I would ever say this as a student, but Taylor is home for us.
The decision to transfer, whether in the Fall or midyear, is never easy and a million questions must be racing through your head: Is transferring the right choice? Will I fit in when I get there? What if Taylor is not what I thought it would be? Does Ivanhoes really have 100 different sundaes? (okay, maybe not that last one). My desire is to be here for you and hopefully answer some questions to help calm your fears or concerns. We hope you are excited about Taylor and that through the entire process you will feel like part of our family.
Ultimately, our prayer for you is that you continue to seek God's will and walk with Him daily. It is comforting to know that we don't have to make these decisions by ourselves, but that the One who knows us while we were still in our mother's womb continues to cares for us today. Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns about the transfer process, what life at Taylor is like, or if you just want to talk with someone. My door (both figurative and literal) is always open.