Susan M. Salvador, Ed.D.

Dr. Salvador served as President of ACPA College Student Educators International and member of the ACPA Foundation Board. She has served as a consultant to community college staff for residence halls and One-Stop Center. With over 15 years experience as Vice President of Student Affairs her responsibilities- at two comprehensive community colleges- included: Athletics, Housing and Residence Life, Student Life and Leadership Development, Financial Aid, Records and Registration, Admissions, Counseling, Student Conduct, Title IX, Public Safety, Academic Advising, Services for Students with Disabilities, Placement Testing, New Student Orientation, Bookstore, First Year Experience, Health Services, Veteran Services, and Educational Opportunity Program.

Dr. Salvador was a contributing author to Learning Reconsidered: A Campus-wide Focus on the Student Experience, a joint ACPA and National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) publication, as well as a member of the national writing team to produce the inventory statements for the Principles of Good Practice in Student Affairs, sponsored by ACPA and NASPA. She has written articles on the impact and philosophical change of residence halls on two-year colleges, and was a lecturer in the Educational Foundations Department: Community College Administration at Buffalo State College.

She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Siena College, a Master’s Degree in Student Personnel Administration/Counseling from The Pennsylvania State University, and a Doctorate of Higher Education Administration from The University of Michigan