Marian University has announced Jean Wolfe as the Dean of Students at Marian University’s Ancilla College. In her role, Wolfe collaborates with Ancilla’s Chancellor and leadership team as the primary advisor for all matters concerning support of student life, campus vibrancy, student welfare, and student services.
"Our students arrive at Marian University's Ancilla College (MUAC) with goals, dreams, fears, expectations and unique backgrounds that enrich our campus community,” said Wolfe. “Coming alongside our students to help them discover their gifts, create pathways for success, and grow into transformational leaders is an honor.”
Prior to being named Dean of Students, Wolfe served for 26 years with extensive higher education experience in campus/regional leadership, student support, operational roles and academics: career services, training and development and as an adjunct instructor. Her experience includes service at Ancilla College, Grace College and Davenport University. She holds a bachelor’s degree in communications and a master’s degree in liberal studies with a concentration in adult learning, both from Valparaiso University.
"Jean Wolfe’s extensive experience in guiding collegiate programs at Marian University’s Ancilla College (MUAC), and other colleges has prepared her to excel in the responsibilities of MUAC’s Dean of Students,” explained Marian University Ancilla Chancellor Joseph Heidt. “Through her leadership, we will continue to fulfill the mission and vision of preparing transformative leaders for service to the world through excellent teaching and learning empowering students to achieve collegiate goals, successful careers, and faith filled, value-centered lives.”