Nick joined Undergraduate Advising and Research as an Academic Advisor for student-athletes in June 2019. Nick advises Stanford student-athletes on the University curriculum, major exploration, undergraduate requirements, policies, and helpful campus resources. Prior to joining Stanford, Nick served as an academic advisor for Santa Clara University's Department of Athletics. There he worked with numerous varsity programs and was integral to providing supplemental programming and resources for student athletes. Previously, he worked as a football academic mentor at UCLA, where he collaborated with learning specialists and the football academic coordinator to design and implement individualized academic support plans.
Nick earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Whitworth University, and his Masters degree in Education Administration from the University of Washington. As a former student-athlete Nick helped lead Whitworth to a 6th place finish at the D-III College World Series in 2012.
In his free time, Nick enjoys traveling, the outdoors and fly fishing.
Sports: Football (Defense), Baseball, Women’s Tennis, Wrestling, Women’s Lightweight Rowing
Alma Mater: Whitworth University
College Sport: Baseball
Started at Stanford: 2019
Current Role at Stanford
Academic Advisor for Student-Athletes
Education & Certifications
M Ed., University of Washington, Intercollegiate Athletic Leadership - Education Administration (2017)
BA, Whitworth University, Psychology (2012)