Sellinger Welcomes Susan Hasler as Assistant Dean
The Sellinger School of Business and Management recently announced that Susan Hasler was named Assistant Dean for Business Programs. Hasler, who has more than 25 years of experience in student development and enrollment management, considers herself an “energetic, dedicated collaborator and team player committed to student success.”
According to her LinkedIn, Hasler exhibits “strong customer relationship management skills focused on building lasting rapport” and has an “Extensive background in enrollment management, student development, marketing and management in both Higher Education and Independent Schools.”
Hasler initially came to Sellinger in April 2014 to work as the Assistant Director of Recruitment for Graduate Business Programs, where she identified and implemented recruitment strategies for Sellinger’s graduate business programs and cultivated relationships with alumni, the business community, and educational institutions to support graduate recruitment initiatives and opportunities. She also acted as a mentor of sorts, providing guidance to students in selecting graduate programs from the Sellinger graduate portfolio.
Prior to her work at Sellinger, Hasler worked at Wells College for more than a decade, first as Assistant Dean of Students and then as Dean. As Chief Student Affairs Administrator at Wells, she implemented comprehensive retention programs, held responsibility for resolving student concerns, managed student discipline, developed experiential learning opportunities for students, and led the response team for crisis management.
Hasler earned her B.A. in English from Wittenberg University and M.S. in College Student Personnel from Miami University.
In her new role at Sellinger, Hasler will provide operational leadership for both undergraduate and graduate programs. According to the school, she will oversee student policies and procedures, registration and class scheduling, administration of school-wide honors programs, providing leadership to the graduate recruitment team, and collaboration with internal and external constituents in support of graduate program recruitment.