The Campus Life and Inclusive Excellence division is collaboratively led by a team of committed professionals who center students’ academic, personal, and social success as their goals.
- Santiago Solis
- Vice President of Campus Life and Inclusive Excellence
A.A., 1990, East Los Angeles College
B.A., 1992, University of California at Berkeley
M.A., 1996, Brown University
Ed.D., 2007, Teacher’s College, Columbia University
Dr. Solis engages the Campus Life and Inclusive Excellence team and the broader community to address opportunities for student preparation, support, and retention as well as diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- Joseph Akob
- Executive Director, Student Activity Association
B.S. 1995, Towson State University
M.S. 1997, Georgia State University
Mr. Akob provides leadership and direction for a full profile of engagement programs including campus recreation and wellness, evening programs, clubs and organizations, leadership development, Stony Acres, and many campus traditions, through ESU’s affiliate, the Student Activities Association.
- Laura Suits-Dolan
- Interim Director, Health & Wellness
B.S., East Stroudsburg University
M.P.H., East Stroudsburg University
Ms. Suits-Dolan provides oversight of the Health Services, Wellness Education & Prevention initiatives, and supports community wellness through collaboration with University and community resources.
- Jennie Smith
- Dean of Students
B.A., 1995, St. Lawrence University
M.Ed., 1996, St. Lawrence University
The Dean of Student Life provides support and advocacy for all students, with a focus on student well-being, retention, and success.
- Jennifer Young
- Chair, Director of the Department of Counseling and Psychological Services/Office of Accessible Services Individualized for Students
B.A., Marist College
Ph.D., Suffolk University
Dr. Young provides oversight of counseling services as well as academic and housing accommodations for students with disabilities. She works directly with students in need and serves as a source of education and advocacy for mental health and wellness.
- L. Jamila Fleming
- Director, Center for Multicultural Affairs and Inclusive Education
B.S., 2013, East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania
B.A., 2013, East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania
M.S.W., 2016, Marywood University
M.P.A., 2017, Marywood University
Ms. Fleming provides oversight of multicultural and inclusive education as well as interfaith and spirituality and gender and sexuality initiatives. She supports and works directly with students to ensure the enrichment, development, and retention of students who come from historically marginalized communities
- Campus Address
- Reibman Administration Building
- (570) 422-3463
- (570) 422-3410 (Fax)
- Title of Department Leader
- Vice President, Campus Life and Inclusive Excellence