Seton Hall University has announced the appointment of Dr. Nancy Low-Hogan as the new Dean of the Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies (CEPS).
The division provides a gateway to a wide range of University programs that credit and non-credit courses, professional development workshops, conferences and more.
As Dean of CEPS, Dr. Low-Hogan will be responsible for coordinating multiple University programs for students, including undergraduate programs such as collegiate studies for high school students and R.N. to B.S.N.; graduate degrees in health administration, human resources, nursing, communication and counseling; our distance/online learning degrees in education, communication, counseling and nursing, and certificates in non-profit board leadership and financial management; non-credit professional certificate programs, exam prep courses', and conferences and institutes.
Dr. Low-Hogan most recently served as associate provost-campus dean of the Rockland Campus of Long Island University in Orangeburg, New York. In that role, she was the chief executive and academic officer and was responsible for the overall management of the campus, including academic program management and support services, continuing education, campus operations and admissions, marketing and recruitment.
Dr. Low-Hogan earned a B.S. in criminal justice from the University of Delaware. She holds an M.A. in student personnel administration from Seton Hall and a Ph.D. in higher education from New York University. She has extensive experience in residential and student life, and served previously as an associate dean of students and as an acting associate provost for student affairs at SHU.
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