Rebecca is an alumna of UofSC Aiken for both her B.A. in English and her MBA. She started working at the university in 2013 as a Student Services Coordinator in the School of Business Administration. In 2020, Rebecca moved to the Center for Student Achievement to apply her advising experience to the newly developed Office of Academic Advising.
As Coordinator of Academic Advising, Rebecca dedicates her time to developing and enhancing all academic advising processes at UofSC Aiken. Her efforts are rooted in the belief that all students benefit from an inclusive and holistic approach to advising.
Rebecca is a veteran of the U.S. Army and a self-professed geek. She loves comic books, science fiction, fantasy, anime, and learning new things. A life-long learner, Rebecca plans to continue her education in the near future.
Mark Myers joined the Center for Student Achievement’s (CSA) Office of Academic Advising at the University of South Carolina Aiken in the summer of 2020. Prior to joining the CSA, Mark worked as an International Admissions Counselor at the Technical College of the Lowcountry in Beaufort, SC. Mark received his B.A. in Communication Arts and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from Allegheny College in Meadville, PA. Currently, Mark is pursuing a Masters in Higher Education Administration with a Certificate in Trauma-Informed Practice from Columbia College in Columbia, SC.
Mrs. Molidor is enjoying the area so far and hopes to get more involved in the CSRA community.
As an Academic Advisor, Mark aims to assist and encourage all students regardless of their identity, orientation, belief system and/or background. As part of the CSA team, Mark supports the academic, professional, and social development of USCA students through one-on-one advising and programming. In his spare time, Mark enjoys biking, volunteering throughout the community, and reading.