HBCUDrJuliana M Mosley

Dr. Juliana M. Mosley

Dr. Juliana M. Mosley has been named vice president for student affairs at The Lincoln University, President Dr. Robert R. Jennings announced.

Most recently, Mosley served as vice president for student affairs at Edward Waters College, a private, historically Black institution in Jacksonville, Fla., where she was responsible for creating programs and services that contributed to student development, including: career services, residence life, Greek life, student government and new student orientation, among others.  The division had 30 employees and a budget of more than $1.4 million.

In his announcement, Jennings noted her extensive experience in senior student affairs leadership positions and her commitment to students.

“I am pleased to welcome Dr. Mosley to our leadership team, and I have every confidence that when our students begin interacting with her, they will experience her passion, enthusiasm and insight for creating an environment that contributes to the holistic development of students,” Jennings said.

Mosley replaces interim Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Lenetta Lee ’85, who has served in this role since Fall 2013. The Division of Student Affairs encompasses residence life, student life and development, career services, public safety, financial aid and admissions, among others.

Mosley previously served as vice president of student affairs at both Marygrove College in Detroit, Mich., and Philander Smith College in Little Rock, Ark. as well.

“I am thrilled to become part of the Lincoln University family and build upon its legacy of firsts,” Mosley said.  “I look forward to working under the leadership of President Jennings, in concert with amazing faculty and staff, and serving the students, as we prepare them to be global leaders.”

Mosley earned a Ph.D. in educational leadership with a concentration in administration as well as a master’s degree in curriculum and teacher leadership with a concentration in urban education, both from Miami University of Ohio. She received a bachelor’s degree in business education from Ball State University in Muncie, Ind.  Her research interests include Black women’s leadership, racial identity attitudes of Black students, culturally relevant curricula and communities, mental health issues among Black college students and first-generation college students.