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College of Health Professions and Social Work

College of Health Professions and Social Work

Christina Jordan, MSW
Christina Jordan, MSW

Advisor II - Students with last names beginning in S-Z
Phone: (239) 590-7766
Office: Marieb Hall 213A

Christina Jordan is an Academic Advisor, at Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU), College for Health Profession and Social Work (CHPSW). She received her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Management from Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU). In 2008 she completed the Masters of Social Work program at Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU). In 2000, she joined the FGCU community as a student worker on a grant in the College of Education. Over the years she has worked in the capacity of executive secretary for the Division of Social Work and as an academic advisor for the College of Professional Studies at FGCU.

Her achievements at Florida Gulf Coast University include the 5-year service award and obtaining the grant-in-aid award for completion of her MSW degree. She has presented her collaborative research presentation at the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) Regional and National Conference on “Advisor Burnout”.  She has participated in FGCU Research Day and community involvement efforts. She currently is an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc. graduate chapter in Fort Myers, FL. She has been active on FGCU campus in serving as a club advisor and mentor roles for student organizations on campus. She continues to have research interest in higher education, social services and issues, justice studies, and holistic health of an individual.