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​​Troy L. Seppelt


​Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Dean of Students 

 
Contact Information
Email:            tseppelt@uwsp.edu​
Office Email:  dos@uwsp.edu
Office:           OLD MAIN 212
Phone:          715-346-2611
Fax:              715-346-4383

Education
​Ed.D. Higher Education Leadership, Azusa Pacific University

M.A.  Counselor Education/Administration of College Student Affairs, Western Michigan University
B.A. Psychology, University of Minnesota-Morris​

Biography
Dr. Troy L. Seppelt serves as the Assistant Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students within the Division of Student Affairs at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. In addition to serving as the deputy to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, he provides leadership and oversight for all student conduct, the Counseling Center, Student Health Service, and the Center for Prevention. Troy also serves on the university tuition appeals board, University retention team, Care Team, serves as the Interim Title IX Coordinator, is Clery Compliance Officer, and currently leads the institution's threat assessement process.

Before UW-Stevens Point Troy served as Director of Residence Life at Colorado Mesa University and has worked in higher education for 19 years at public and private institutions. 

 
Professional Affiliations and Service
  • ​ACPA - College Student Educators International (ACPA)
  • Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA​)
  • Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA​)
  • National Association of Clery Compliance Officers and Professionals (NACCOP)
  • National Behavioral Intervention Team Association (NaBITA)

Research and Work Interests

  • ​​Curricular approaches to student development within student affairs

  • Professional staff development and team building within student affairs

  • Impact of the residential college experience

  • First-year and sophomore student experiences

  • Addressing the issues of dating/domestic violence and sexual assault

Publications

Schreiner, L., Slavin Miller, S., Pullins, T., & Seppelt, T. L. (2012). Beyond sophomore survival. In L. Schreiner, M. Louis, and D. Nelson (Eds.) Thriving in transitions. Columbia, SC: National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience & Students in Transition.​

Select Refereed Presentations

Arroyo, L., Seppelt, T.L., & Howard, A.L. (2015, March). Creating connections of learning in residence life. ​Extended session presented at the annual meeting of ACPA-College Student Educators International, Tampa, FL.

Seppelt, T. L., Knerr, A., Potts, C. (2015, March). "The View" from the Director's chair in residential life. Session presented at the annual meeting of ACPA-College Student Educators International, Tampa, FL.​

Schreiner, L., Kitomary, A., & Seppelt, T. L. (2010, February). Predictors of thriving among first-year students of color. Presentation at the annual meeting of the National Resource Center for the First-Year Experiences and Students in Transition, Denver, CO.​

Select Invited Presentations

Arcelus, V. J. & Seppelt, T. L. (2012, October). Connecting mission, culture, and developmental theory to a Residential Curriculum: Engaging in an archeological dig to create an educational priority. Presentation as faculty for the sixth annual ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, St. Louis, MO.​

Kerr, K. & Seppelt, T. L. (2012, October). Writing effective learning outcomes based on an educational priority. Presentation as faculty for the sixth annual ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, St. Louis, MO.​

Seppelt, T.L. & Penven, J. (2014, October). Breaking down learning goals into learning outcomes. Presentation as faculty for the eighth annual ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, Blacksburg, VA.​​

Seppelt, T. L. & Hollis, M. (2013, October). Embracing and cultivating ownership: Stakeholders and speed bumps. Presentation as faculty for the seventh annual ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, Columbia, SC.​

Seppelt, T. L. & Phillips, D. (2013, October). Connecting mission, culture, and developmental theory to a residential curriculum. Presentation as faculty for the seventh annual ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, Columbia, SC.​