Trent McGee, M.S.
Trent McGee has served as a graduate assistant in charge of the development and implementation of the K-State 360 program for the 2016-2017 academic year before being named the program coordinator in May 2017, the first coordinator in the program's history.
He holds a B.S. in Communication Studies and an M.S. in Counseling and Student Development from Kansas State University. Trent was the Head Women’s Soccer Coach and an Admissions Counselor at Manhattan Christian College, returning to Kansas State University for his master’s program and a graduate assistantship in the Student Access Center. During the 2016-2017 academic year, he served as a Student Governing Association (SGA) Graduate Student Senator, the Higher Education Student Association (HESA) President, the chair for the Chester E. Peter Lecture Series and co-teaching in the Staley School of Leadership Studies. In addition to roles in higher education, he has had careers in the private sector working for DIAGEO North America and in various non-profit roles.
Trent serves on various committees throughout the university. His research interests include the role of co-curricular programming in undergraduate learning, competency integration and assessment and higher education organizational behavior.