Welcome to De La Salle Mrs. Hauber

This week’s Moderator Monday is Mrs. Julie Hauber. Mrs. Hauber is De La Salle’s new College Admissions Director. We interviewed Mrs. Hauber to learn more about her.

De La Salle: How have you enjoyed working at De La Salle?
Mrs. Hauber “I can already see what a special place De La Salle is. Everyone has been very welcoming. I like the diversity of students, the school spirit, and how terrific the teachers are. It will be a pleasure to help develop students navigate the college process. I hope to make the sometimes stressful process more enjoyable.

De La Salle: What do you like most about your role as a college advisor?
Mrs. Hauber: My goal will be to add value to the students’ De La Salle experience by helping them achieve their academic and career goals through the college process. Because I am a natural planner and organizer, I feel I can help students as they explore colleges to develop a list of schools that fit them, and then help them toward their goal with all the different steps involved.

De La Salle: What do you like most about your role?
Mrs. Hauber: What is most rewarding is seeing students take ownership of the process as they gain confidence in what is best for them.

De La Salle: What do you think is the most important way you can help students in your role?
Mrs. Hauber: “To attend to students personally to provide them with the highest quality program has always been a goal of mine. By keeping careful track of what needed to be done and where they were in the process, I can encourage them along the way to help ensure success; each plan is individualized to meet the needs of the student.”

Welcome to the Cavalier Family Mrs. Hauber!


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