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Webb Named Vice President for Student Affairs at St. Norbert College

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From St. Norbert College, May 7, 2021
by Mike Counter,, 920-403-3089

Joseph Webb, director of student affairs at Penn State Berks, will join St. Norbert College as vice president for student affairs effective July 7.

“I am honored to have been selected as the next vice president for student affairs at St. Norbert College and very much look forward to helping the college build upon its past successes,” Webb said. “I am excited to be joining one of the best Catholic liberal arts colleges in the country - one that prides itself on embracing the Norbertine ideal of communio, while providing an educational environment that fosters intellectual, spiritual and personal development.”

Penn State Berks is a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University located in Spring Township in Berks County, Pa., with more than 2,800 undergraduate and international students. Webb oversaw the areas of veteran affairs, off-campus housing, diversity and international programs, Aspiring Scholars program, Pathway to Success Summer Start (PaSSS) program, northeast region global programs, student success and retention, admissions, student aid, athletics, health and counseling services, residence life, commuters, and the student emergency fund. In addition, he led campus-wide initiatives and oversaw programs, services and experiential learning opportunities to foster higher levels of student engagement, diversity, retention and success.

“We are tremendously fortunate to have someone of Joe’s expertise, vision and passion for student affairs joining us in this crucial position,” said St. Norbert College President Brian Bruess. “In addition to his exceptional experience in higher education leadership, student affairs and enrollment management, Joe brings a strong record of accomplishments in implementing strategic initiatives to increase student engagement and retention. He also demonstrates a deep commitment to our students and their holistic well-being as well as to our mission as a Catholic, Norbertine and liberal arts college.”

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