I want to do something that when I laid my head down at night, I knew I was making a difference. I love Christian higher education, and it’s obvious that God is working at Hannibal-LaGrange University. Having the opportunity to work alongside such godly people is very humbling.
Since coming to HLGU, I have experienced a wonderful work environment, where the claim that we are authentically Christian rings true. My work family has encouraged me to become a part of the campus and part of the Hannibal community. I love being able to help students find the place God is calling them, where they can use their gifts and grow as individuals.
During my time at HLGU I was involved in Praise Song, Golf, intramural sports, Phi Beta Delta, student newspaper, and was a resident advisor. HLGU gave me the opportunity to grow academically, spiritually, and socially. I enjoy helping students accomplish the same!
Scott’s territory is St. Louis and Southeast Missouri.
My name is Logan Ross and I am an admissions counselor and the assistant track & field coach here at Hannibal-LaGrange University. I graduated in May of 2020 from HLGU with a degree in exercise science and a minor in Bible. In May of 2022, I graduated from HLGU with my Masters in Leadership in Business Management. I am happily married to my wife, Kenzi Ross. I am also a youth pastor at Center Baptist Church in Center, Missouri. In my time at HLGU, I was a part of the track team, FCA, and a bunch of different intramural sports. HLGU helped to keep me grounded in my faith in Christ and helped surround me with a group of friends that kept me growing in my relationship with the Lord. My goal is to show prospective students how great a Christian higher education can be!
HLGU feels like home. I felt welcomed here when I first started. We have a strong community on campus that helps build character of students and faculty/staff. I have a passion for helping people and that includes our prospective or current students at HLGU. I started my experience here at HLGU as a graduate assistant for the volleyball team. I am now the head volleyball coach here.
Maliah’s territory is Illinois, Iowa, and the Eastern United States.
I was blessed to have attended HLGU as a student from 2019-2021 and was involved with the men’s soccer team, theatre productions, and chapel worship band. The campus isn’t just filled with life but with a spirit of family, where wise leaders become mentors and friends become family. I have traveled from far and as my journey continues through mission trips and interactions, I am thankful for the impact HLGU had on me.
Jordan’s territory is Western Missouri and the Western United States.
I attended HLGU as a student from 2013-2017 and was involved in the Men’s Soccer Team, Men’s Track and Field, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Praise Song, Chapel Worship Band, and was a resident assistant for an entirely international student hall. I have been able to travel the world for mission trips, work trips, and personal trips that have greatly shaped my worldview. I am thankful for the diversity on our campus and how the gospel shines through each culture.
I didn’t really know what I was getting myself into when I chose to study at HLGU – but God did. He helped me to grow through campus life, going to class, being involved in a local church, and being part of music ensembles, mission trips, and our student ambassador program. I have been and still am surrounded by faculty and staff who truly care for people and perceive their work as a field for ministry. Having graduated from the University, I love that I now get to keep learning as I serve alongside them!