Santa Clara University

School of Education and Counseling Psychology
 
Location: Loyola Hall

Stephanie Krusemark, Ph.D.

Assistant Dean of Marketing and Enrollment Management

Stephanie Krusemark, Ph.D., is the Assistant Dean of Marketing and Enrollment Management for the School of Education and Counseling Psychology. In this role, she provides the overall strategic leadership and management of all marketing, recruitment, and enrollment management functions for the School. She brings over nine years of successful experience in these areas that have included leadership for graduate programs in Child, Family and School Psychology, Counseling, Counseling Psychology, Educational Leadership and Policy, Higher Education Administration, Professional Psychology, Trans-personal Psychology, and Teacher Education.

Most recently she served as the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Admissions and Multicultural Recruitment and the Associate Director of Graduate Admissions for Naropa University, a Buddhist-inspired institution. In addition, she has worked in admissions and enrollment management for the Morgridge College of Education at the University of Denver and the College of Health Professions at Pacific University.

Krusemark holds a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration with specialization in Diversity and Higher Learning from the University of Denver, a M.A. in Arts Administration from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, and a B.A. in Art History from University of St. Thomas. She has also served as an adjunct faculty member for the University of Denver in its Higher Education Administration and Gender and Women's Studies programs.

She is affiliated with the American Educational Research Association, the Association for the Study of Higher Education, the Critical Race Studies in Education Association, the National Association of College Admissions Counseling, and the National Association of Graduate Admissions Professionals.

As a practitioner-scholar, she is strongly committed to keeping abreast of cutting-edge research, policies and practices to promote access, equity, diversity and inclusion in graduate admissions, particularly those that impact historically excluded and underrepresented, low-income, and first-generation students.