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Phone: 803/323-2191
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Julian Holland

Admissions Recruiter
803-323-4764 or 800 WINTHROP (946-8476)

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South Carolina Counties: Calhoun, Chesterfield, Clarendon, Darlington, Dillion, Florence, Georgetown, Horry, Lee, Marion, Marlboro, Orangeburg, Sumter, Williamsburg

US Territory: KY, OH, TN

Winthrop Admissions Counselor: Julian HollandHello and welcome to Winthrop!  My name is Julian Holland and I am one of Winthrop's Admissions Counselors.  I graduated from Crestwood High School in Sumter, South Carolina where I was born and raised in a big family.

My introduction to Winthrop was through my experience in the South Carolina Music Educators Association's annual All-State Choir beginning my sophomore year.  Upon arriving for a weekend rich with music and culture, I realized that I had stumbled upon the place that I would call home in the years to come.  The beauty of Winthrop's campus, the history, and the promotion of diversity were all factors that led to my decision to enroll and subsequently graduate.

While attending Winthrop, I was eager to find my place in this new home.  I found purpose in serving my university!  Student organizations, Greek life, and campus jobs are readily available for students who take advantage of these opportunities and I did just that.  Along the way, I was lucky enough to meet my best friends and develop relationships with some very significant figures professionally.

My first piece of advice is to engage with the Winthrop Community.  Find out who does what and why because there are no unimportant people on this campus.  Whether it is clear to you at the time or not, there are so many avenues for success on the campus and knowledge of the faculty and staff will be a great benefit to you while you are here.

I would love to talk more about your thoughts and answer questions that you may have/  Feel free to contact me or any of the Admissions team for more information.  Go Eagles!

Last Updated: 7/2/20