Jessica Hing


West Chicago, IL


  • M.S. Ed. in Adult and Higher Education – Student Affairs, Northern Illinois University
  • B.S. in Hospitality Administration, Northern Illinois University

Work Experience:

  • Academic Advisor for Nutrition Science, College of Health & Human Sciences, Purdue University
  • Graduate Assistant Advisor for Fraternity & Sorority Life, Student Involvement & Leadership Development, Northern Illinois University
  • Instructor for Greek Leadership in the College Experience, Northern Illinois University
  • Sales Manager/Front Desk, Sheraton Lisle Hotel

Advice for Boilermakers:

College is an exciting adventure! You will meet new people and gain a true taste of independence.  Find a balance between fun and work.  Be studious. Be spontaneous. Get involved in student organizations that may or may not pertain to your major.  Your college experience here at Purdue is what YOU make out of it. And finally, allow yourself to change and grow. You can think of college as an incubation period, where you can develop your skills and character.  You are likely never going to have as many resources, like-minded peers, free hours, and opportunities as you do in college again – so use them wisely!

Fun Facts:

  • I have a Second Degree Black Belt in Tang Soo Do and held the title of the Regional Women’s Black Belt Grand Champion from 2008-2012.
  • I enjoy weightlifting, especially powerlifting, but I HATE cardio.  I still do it anyway.
  • My favorite foods are sushi, tacos, and Korean BBQ.

Jessica Hing

PUBH Coordinating

Senior Academic Advisor


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