College & Career Counseling Center
Associate Director of College Counseling and Student Engagement
M.A. (Executive Development), B.S. (Psychological Science) – Ball State University
Office: WA 181
Casey Schultz came to the Indiana Academy as the Associate Director of College Counseling and Student Engagement in the fall of 2022. She previously worked on Ball State’s main campus for over 10 years. Starting first in the Office of Admissions as an Assistant Director and most recently as a Lead Student Success Specialist for the Division of Online and Strategic Learning. Ms. Schultz earned her bachelor’s in Psychological Science from Ball State University, graduating from the Honors College in 2011. She then went on to earn her master’s in Executive Development for Public Service at Ball State (2015), followed by 2 graduate certificates (2018 & 2022), and is currently working on her EdD in Higher Education with a cognate in Community College Leadership. She is also a certified Academic Life Coach.
In her spare time, Ms. Schultz enjoys listening to audiobooks and podcasts, watching movies, spending time with friends and family, and never turns down a chance to visit Disney World. She also has two cats, Betty June and Pierce Brosnan. Ms. Schultz is looking forward to getting to know all of the Indiana Academy students more while talking about the best plans for them after graduation!
College Counseling and Student Success Graduate Assistant
B.S. (Psychology) – Old Dominion University
A.A.S. (Psychology) – Rappahannock Community College
Office: WA 181
Hey there, I’m Christopher Guadalupe and I recently moved here from Virginia with my wife.
I am a graduate student at Ball State University pursuing a master’s degree in clinical psychology and my goal is to obtain a Ph.D. in clinical psychology afterwords.
My area of interest is personality and I love to talk about personality and different models from the big ones like Big 5 to random tests you take online for fun. Feel free to spark up a conversation with me about personality!
In my spare time I like to make video essays on the psychological themes found in video games and other media.
Finally, my favorite food is chips and queso.
I look forward to meeting you!
Counseling Center Coordinator
A.S. – Ball State University
Office: WA 180
Mrs. Workman came to the Indiana Academy to serve as the Assistant to the Associate Director of College Counseling and Alumni Affairs in February of 2013. In addition to her duties assisting the Associate Director of College Counseling and Alumni Affairs, Mrs. Workman informs students about college admission processes, college visits, college choices, scholarships, and financial aid as well as assists them in the application process. Also, Mrs. Workman is the AP Coordinator for the Indiana Academy and Burris. Mrs. Workman has been at BSU for thirty-one (31) years and has spent eleven (11) years as an Office Assistant in Academic Advising at Ball State University. Previously she has worked with the Office of Registration and Academic Progress for twelve (12) years and the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid for three (3) years. She has an associate’s degree from Ball State University. She especially enjoys traveling, taking a long walk on the beach, riding with her husband on their Harley, and spending time with her family.