Interim Senior Associate Vice President of Student Affairs Julie Givans Voller joined Mesa Community College in July 2021 as Dean of Student Development providing leadership, coordination, and advocacy for Academic Advising, American Indian Institute, Disability Resources and Services, International Education, Student Life & Leadership, TRiO, Veterans Services, and Student Conduct while focusing on equity and inclusion in student engagement, persistence, retention, and completion. At MCC, Julie has been a leader and champion for Districtwide Guided Pathway planning, working with faculty, administrators, and staff across colleges to redesign the student experience.
She was selected in April of 2013 as Director of Academic Advising at Phoenix College, becoming Interim Dean of Enrollment Services in Jan. 2021. In this role, Dr. Voller oversaw financial aid, admissions and records, academic advising, welcome desk, contact/call center, new student orientation, and recruitment. Prior to Phoenix College Julie was Director of Research and Strategic Planning at the Maricopa County Community College District Office. As Director of Academic Services for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University beginning in 2006, she led her team through the implementation of program sequencing, critical tracking, required first-year success seminars, learning communities, predictive analytics, and a new student information system.
Julie was lead editor for the NACADA publication “Comprehensive Advisor Training and Development: Practices that Deliver.” She has co-edited several books and as well as articles on citizenship learning, staff professional development, and reward and recognition. She currently serves as co-editor for the NACADA Review. NACADA is an association of professional advisors, counselors, faculty, administrators, and students working to enhance the educational development of students.
She earned her Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership and Innovation, her Master of Education in Higher and Adult Education, and Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Arizona State University.
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