Site Map | Contact | Directory
Course & Scheduling Information
Key SU Academic Policies
Program Extension CoE Academic Policy & Procedures
Professional Conduct Expectations for COE Programs
Consumer Information for Teacher Education at SU
Center for Change in Transition Services
College of Education View Book
Professor and Founder, Student Development Administration Program
Jeremy Stringer, PhD, is the program director of the Student
Development Administration Master’s degree program at Seattle
University. He teaches Best Practices in Student Services,
Leadership and Governance in Postsecondary Education, Foundations of the
Student Affairs Profession, Comparative Educational and Social Policy,
and Leadership in Education.
Jeremy received his Bachelor’s
degree in English from Southern Methodist University, his Master’s
degree in English from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and his
Doctorate in Educational Administration from the University of
Wisconsin-Madison. Jeremy also has a certificate from the Institute for
Educational Management at Harvard University.
Jeremy has been a
vice president of student affairs, an associate provost, both an
academic and student affairs department chair, and has led a
university-wide strategic planning process. He served as the national
chair of the Faculty Fellows of NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in
Higher Education. He is co-editor of the Handbook of Student Affairs Administration (3rd ed.), published by Jossey-Bass in 2009, and is currently working on the 4th edition.
is married and he and his wife, Susan, have three daughters (all
college graduates). He is interested in global education and
international travel, and in 2010 he circumnavigated the globe as Dean
of Students on the Semester at Sea. He is the owner of a fantasy
baseball team, a devoted fan of the Seattle Mariners, a modern art
collector, and a film buff.
Honored by College of Education at Seattle University with the establishment of the Dr. Jeremy Stringer SDA Scholarship (2012)
in first class of national Faculty Fellows of NASPA: Student Affairs
Administrators in Higher Education (2002). Elected to second term in
2004. Served as national chair from 2005-2007.
“Distinguished Service to the Profession Award” from NASPA: Student
Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (Region V) (2000).
of Innovative Program Award from NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators
in Higher Education for the development of the master’s program on
Student Development Administration at Seattle University (1996).
Recipient of the John L. Hubbard Leadership Award (chosen by students) at the University of Southern California (1984)
Co-editor, along with George McClellan, of The Handbook of Student Affairs Administration
(3rd edition), 2009—a best-selling book from Jossey-Bass. Dr. McClellan
and I are currently preparing the 4th edition of this book (my
National Blog Examines Assessment from Theory to Practice
College Receives NCATE Accreditation
SU CONTACT | PUBLIC SAFETY | CAREERS | RSS
Copyright College of Education, Seattle University.