M.Ed., Higher Education Administration, Harvard University
B.A., English and Comparative Literary Studies, Occidental College
Kelci Lynn Lucier is a former writer for Thought co who specialized in writing about college life. Her background includes work as an advisor in college admissions, in college residence halls, in student activities and residence life offices, and dean of students office. Kelci was also a program officer with the Great Lakes Colleges Association, where she worked with 12 member colleges to design cohesive course programs.
Kelci wrote the weekly U.S. News & World Report blog, The College Experience. Her work appears on CNN Headline News, the Katie Couric's show, TeenVogue.com, YahooNews.com, Cosmo GIRL, WSJ on Campus, and StudentAdvisor.com. She made expert guest appearances on Growing Up With Dr. Jerry Brodlie and WCBS 880's Opening Bell. Kelci wrote the well-received book, College Stress Solutions (Adams Media, 2014)
Kelci Lynn Lucier received a Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Higher Education Administration from Harvard University in 2000. She holds a Bachelor Arts (B.A.) in English and Comparative Literary Studies from Occidental College.
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