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Joseph DiChristina

VP for Student Success & Enrollment at Trinity College

A member of the Trinity community since July 2015, Joseph DiChristina oversees Trinity’s newly formed Student Success and Enrollment Management Division, which represents a strategically holistic approach to the student experience and spans the entire student life cycle, from the prospective student to the graduate launching into life beyond Trinity. The division comprises undergraduate and graduate admissions; financial aid; Posse scholars; career development; student success and retention; the Individualized Degree Program; dean of student life, community life, and standards; campus life and social houses; campus safety; athletics and recreation; the Bantam Network residential learning community; counseling and wellness; health center; housing; spiritual and religious life; accessibility; student involvement and leadership; international students and scholars; and Title IX. DiChristina was named to this position after serving for five years as Trinity’s dean of campus life and vice president for student affairs, responsible for all areas of student life and involvement. He came to Trinity from Allegheny College in Pennsylvania, where he had served as dean of students since 2001 and was the founding director of that college’s award-winning Center for Experiential Learning. Previously, he served at Oberlin College in Ohio in several areas, including residential life, campus safety and security, and student activities, before being appointed associate dean of students. DiChristina earned a B.S. in biochemistry from Beloit College and a master’s degree in higher education from the University of Akron.

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  • VP for Student Success & Enrollment

    Current role

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