Neumann’s New VP for Student Affairs a Former Administrator at University of Portland

Dr. Christopher T. Haug

Neumann University has named Dr. Christopher T. Haug as its new vice president for student affairs.

Haug – currently the director of residence life, housing, and student conduct at the University of Portland in Oregon – will assume his responsibilities at Neumann in mid-June.

In his current position, Haug is responsible for recruiting, hiring, training, and managing more than 100 staff members, including hall directors and resident assistants. He supervised the student conduct process, including Title IX conduct and Clery Act compliance, and oversaw the design of a new residence hall. He also implemented cloud-based data management systems to address housing occupancy for 2,200 students.

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Haug has higher education teaching experience dating back to 2003, and he serves as an adjunct instructor in the University of Portland’s Franz Center for Leadership.

The vice president for student affairs at Neumann is responsible for student leadership development, residence life, and athletics and recreation for approximately 2,800 students, 800 of whom live on campus.

Prior to his five years at the University of Portland, Haug spent six years at the University of Notre Dame, working in the office of residence life and housing.

“With the rich Franciscan tradition at Neumann as our foundation,” Haug said, “I look forward to leading and cultivating a team of talented colleagues who are committed to creating a compelling campus experience for our students, where learning, leadership, and service serve as the aims to our shared work that creates a rich setting for students to learn and grow into individuals ready to do good in the world.”

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