After 41 years in the admission and enrollment field, with the last 11 at Santa Clara University, Mike Sexton retired in July 2020. He spent much of his early career on the East Coast. He taught high school math, coached soccer, and was an Upward Bound instructor in New Hampshire. He has slowly migrated west, working at Juniata College in Pennsylvania, then Rhodes College in Tennessee, and Lewis & Clark College in Oregon where he was for 18 years before arriving at Santa Clara University in 2009. A Buffalo, New York native, Mike graduated from Buffalo State University and received his master’s degree in college student personnel from Bowling Green State University in Ohio. In addition to being responsible for well over a quarter million applications at his own institutions, Sexton was also a reader numerous years for both the National Merit and Coca Cola Scholarship competitions. A frequent presenter at professional conferences, Sexton has been involved in numerous regional and national associations. He has been on the faculty of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) Advanced School Counselor Institute and co‐directed the NACAC Admission Mid‐Management Institute. In 2009, he was the recipient of Exemplary Service Award from the Pacific Northwest Association for College Admission Counseling. Sexton was on the College Board’s College Planning Advisory Board for the “Big Future” website. His admission work took him to 47 states and 35 countries. He was a faculty member of the College Board International School Counselor Institute and traveled to American embassies and international schools on behalf of the US Department of State Overseas Travelers’ Project Guidance Committee.