Sandra Hubler Named Mason’s New Vice President for University Life
Posted: May 12, 2004 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am
Sandra Hubler, vice president for student affairs and enrollment at Menlo College in California, has been named George Mason’s new vice president for university life. She is expected to begin work in mid-July.
Following an extensive national search, Hubler was selected to replace Karen Rosenblum, who held the position for seven years.
“We are very pleased to have Sandra Hubler join the administrative team here at Mason,” says university President Alan Merten. “It is our philosophy that what goes on under the umbrella of university life should complement each student’s academic experiences. The fact that Sandra Hubler both understands and embraces this philosophy was a major factor in the decision to hire her.”
Hubler has worked at Menlo College since 1997. In her capacity as Menlo’s vice president for student affairs and enrollment management, she directed a departmental team staffed by more than 50 employees. She supervised personnel in areas ranging from admissions, housing, student activities, leadership development, and student organizations to intercollegiate athletics, counseling, financial aid, international student services, and academic advising.
Prior to joining the administration at Menlo, Hubler worked at San Jose State University from 1990 to 1997 in several capacities, including director of new student orientation services and associate director of the student life center.
She received the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators’ 2003 Scott Goodnight Award for Outstanding Services as a Dean of Students. In 2002, she was a J. William Fulbright Scholar as part of the U.S. Administrators in International Education Program.
Hubler earned an EdD in international and multicultural education at the University of San Francisco, an MA in college student personnel administration at The Ohio State University, and a BA in physical education at The College of Wooster.