Christine Bowman

Christine Bowman has served the Southwestern University Admission Office since May of 2014. As Assistant Vice President, her responsibilities include overseeing the admission department to set enrollment philosophies at Southwestern University.

After growing up in Houston, she attended Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, graduating in 1993. She furthered her education earning a Masters degree in Higher Education Administration from The University of Texas at Austin. Throughout her career, Christine has worked with tour guides, campus visitation planning, alumni recruiting programs, transfer students, and international students managing staff and other “supplemental” duties that make an admission and enrollment office successful.

Professionally, Christine has been active in various professional organizations including The National Association of College Admission Counseling on both the National and State level. She was the Co-Chair for the 2007 NACAC National Conference in Austin and served as the Chair of the Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas E-Committee. She served two terms as the Chair of the Colleges that Change Lives Board of Directors and was a member of the TACAC Fiscal Policy Committee. She currently serves on the advisory board of ROCA-NM (Rural Opportunities for College Access). With 20 years of experience in the Admission profession, Christine believes in guiding students to find the right college fit and regularly gives presentations encouraging a stress-free college search process.

When not reading admission files, Christine loves to cook, watch movies and read. She also supports several student organizations on the Southwestern campus.

Her husband, Bill, is also a Southwestern graduate (’92) and currently serves as the Men’s Lacrosse Coach. They have two children, Savannah and Elijah.