Hoffman to Return to NWU as Vice President of Student Life | Education

Erin Hoffman will return to her alma mater to become vice president of student life at Nebraska Wesleyan University, the liberal arts college announced Wednesday.

Hoffman, a 2003 NWU graduate, has spent the past 15 years in student life roles at Lake Forest College in Lake Forest, Illinois, including serving as associate dean of students since 2018.

At NWU, she will oversee areas of student life including athletics, career services, student health and guidance, student engagement, and residential education.

Hoffman will succeed Sarah Kelen, who will return to teaching in the NWU English department after four years as vice president for student life.

Hoffman holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Sociology from NWU, a Masters in Higher Education Administration from the University of Denver, and a Ph.D. in Policy Studies in Urban Education from the University of ‘Illinois to Chicago.

She will start at NWU in July.

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