John F. McKnight, Jr., who has been the dean of institutional equity and inclusion at Connecticut College since 2016, will succeed Interim Dean of the College Joyce Bylander on July 1.
The Office of the Dean of the College coordinates many academic support and student services at Haverford and is generally responsible for student life on campus.
An overview of how to make an appointment or have a meeting with members of the Dean's Office during 2020-2021.
Dean's Office & Advising
Each of the Deans has designated student advisees, as well as an individual portfolio: student life, international study, the first-year experience, multicultural affairs, and career and professional advising (including scholarship and fellowship advising).
Haverford students volunteer in co-curricular projects supported by the Marilou Allen Office of Service & Community Collaboration (OSCC). Student leaders organize on-campus and off-campus service days, week-long service trips, and manage weekly projects as part of a well-rounded liberal arts education. The OSCC also provides guidance in finding the right volunteer opportunity with non-profits in the Philadelphia region.
The Student's Guide was created to centralize and make accessible important information regarding policies and procedures for the students, faculty, staff, and administration of Haverford College.
Monday–Friday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
A dean is on-call 24 hours and reachable through Campus Safety at (610) 896-1111.
Haverford College's policies and protocols for responding to the COVID-19 pandemic will be rooted in the health, safety, and well-being of our faculty, staff, and students, and for the public with whom we interact.