Alicia Erwin

Associate Dean of Students and Director of Student Involvement
Alicia Erwin supports the breadth of opportunities, programs, and resources provided by the Office of Student Involvement. She supervises the office's five staff members, and as Assistant Dean represents student feedback, concerns, and ideas to the Student Life Deans. She advises the Student Government Association and the Senior Class Board as well as over-sighting recognized student organization practice and policy - including the SGA Student Business Office, Blanchard Campus Center and Chapin Auditorium, office programmatic initiatives, and co-curricular opportunities. She also collaborates with the staff team in implementing community-wide events.
 
Alicia Erwin oversees the staff and work of the Office of Student Involvement. This includes advising the Student Government Association and Senior Class Board as well as over-sighting recognized student organization practice and policy, Blanchard Hall and Chapin Auditorium, office programmatic initiatives, and co-curricular opportunities.
 
Alicia came to Mount Holyoke College in fall 2015 from New York University's School of Engineering, where she served as the Director of Student Activities and Resource Center. Prior to that, she worked at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology as Assistant Director for Student Activities and Leadership. She has experience with advising student organizations and student government, facilitating leadership development, community service and engagement initiatives, planning and executing campus-wide events, working with diverse communities, and much more. 
 
Alicia is located in the Division of Student Life suite in Blanchard 205, and she encourages you to stop by and say hello.

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