LEWISBURG, Pa. — Susan L. Hopp has been named Dean of Student Services at Bucknell University.
Hopp, who will join the Bucknell administration July 1, is director of student services and academic support programs at Oregon State University's Cascades campus.
As Dean of Student Services, Hopp will report to the Provost, with responsibilities for supervising professional staff, programs and budgets in these areas: campus activities and programs, community health promotion, fraternity and sorority affairs, housing and residential life, judicial affairs, leadership programs, new student orientation, psychological services, student health services and volunteer services.
Higher education administration
Hopp brings to Bucknell more than 30 years of experience in higher education administration as well as teaching experience at the undergraduate, graduate and interdisciplinary courses level.
Before accepting her position at OSU in 2001, she served as associate vice provost and dean of enrollment and student services and director for student development at Portland State University, assistant vice president and director of campus life at Lewis & Clark College director of residence life at Western Oregon State College, and associate dean of students and director of housing at Eckerd College.
As director of student services and academic support programs at OSU, Hopp is responsible for developing and managing all student and enrollment services for the first new branch campus of higher education in Oregon.
She also oversees orientation, campus recreation, career development services and internships, and disability services and graduation, and coordinates several academic programs, supervises international education services, and assists the dean of academic programs in curricular issues.
A bachelor of arts, cum laude graduate in English literature and humanities from Stetson University, she holds an M.S. in college student personnel administration from Indiana University. She is completing her doctorate in public administration and policy in the Hatfield School of Government at Portland State University in Portland, Ore.
Posted May 11, 2007