Liz Wiesen

VP, Campus Life & Chief Student Development Officer at Saint Joseph's College of Maine


Liz Wiesen, Psy. D. is Vice President of Campus Life & Chief Student Development Officer/Dean of Students at the College. She was initially appointed Director of the Counseling Center in 1999, where she has served for the past 22 years. Leading the College’s licensed clinical team, Liz has worked to reduce the stigma associated with mental health, increase access to services, and promote a campus culture that recognizes the importance of mental well-being. Since her arrival at Saint Joe’s, utilization of the Counseling Center has markedly increased as Liz and her team strive to promote accessibility and sense of comfort when pursuing “down-to-earth, professional services for college students.”

Liz was chosen to serve as interim Associate Vice President & Chief Student Affairs Officer in 2021, and in 2022, she was named to her current position.

Liz’s dedication to Saint Joe’s for over two decades provides an invaluable perspective as she joins efforts to grow and transform the College. Liz’s tenacity, authenticity, humor, and passion for this community have garnered her respect and affection from students, faculty, and staff.

Prior to her time at the College, Liz was a Staff Psychologist and Outreach Coordinator for four years at the University of Maine at Orono where she had completed her pre and postdoctoral training. Liz earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Wright State University, a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Xavier University, and a Bachelor of Arts from Thomas More University.

Liz and her partner David reside in Windham with their two quirky and exuberant Border Terriers, Francie & Chappy, and a clownish miniature bull terrier, Lola.


  • VP, Campus Life & Chief Student Development Officer

    Current role

  • AVP & Chief Student Affairs Officer

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