Vice Provost for Student Affairs
Kevin G. Shollenberger was appointed Vice Provost for Student Affairs at Johns Hopkins University effective July 2013. In this role, he holds responsibility for Homewood Student Affairs, managing critical academic services and residential, extracurricular and other non-academic aspects of life for more than 8,000 undergraduate and graduate students.
As vice provost, Mr. Shollenberger provides overall direction for strategic planning and leadership in registration; career advising; housing and dining; student activities; athletics and recreation; health, wellness and counseling; student jobs; student accounts; and more. Additionally, he collaborates with the student affairs leaders from all the University’s academic divisions to coordinate efforts and share best practices.
Mr. Shollenberger has contributed to the field of student affairs for 25 years. Before coming to Johns Hopkins, he worked at Columbia University for almost 14 years, the last five of which were as the Dean of Student Affairs for Columbia College and The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science and Associate Vice President for Undergraduate Student Life for Arts and Sciences. Prior to Columbia, he served as the Director of Leadership Development and Student Involvement at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, with an adjunct faculty appointment in the College of Education teaching leadership studies. He also held a variety of positions in the student affairs department at American University and served as the director the National Coalition Building Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to training community leaders in the art of conflict resolution and building inclusive multi-cultural communities.
Mr. Shollenberger graduated in 1988 from what is now Arcadia University and in 1989 earned a Master of Education degree in higher education student development from American University. He is an active member in the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators and was recently awarded the 2013 Scott Goodnight Award for outstanding performance.