Coker University recently announced Tyson J. Beale, Ph.D., is the institution’s new Vice President of Student Services.
The Vice President of Student Services is the chief student services officer of the University, an invaluable part of the Executive Leadership Team, and a position that reports directly to Coker University President Dr. Natalie Harder. In his role, Dr. Beale is responsible for providing leadership, management, and supervision for student services programs, student services personnel, student financial aid, recruiting and retention, enrollment management, responding to student needs, and fostering institutional development.
“Dr. Beale's experiences, along with his energy and commitment to students, makes him an invaluable addition to the Coker community,” said Dr. Harder.
Prior to coming to Coker, Dr. Beale was Lead Dean of Students at Northern Virginia Community College in Alexandria, Virginia, a community college with a student population of over 15,000, where he led a student services division that includes enrollment services, counseling and advising, orientation, high school outreach, student integrity and conduct, and student life. Prior to his role at Northern Virginia Community College, Dr. Beale served as the Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at Fayetteville State University, where he oversaw the Office of Student Conduct, the Student Conduct Board, fraternity and sorority life, and the Rudolph Jones Student Union.
Dr. Beale received his Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from Morgan State University, and his M.B.A. and B.S. from Radford University.
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