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York College names Brian Hazlett Vice President for Enrollment Management

November 01, 2021
The new Vice President of Enrollment Management

YORK, Pa. – York College has named Brian Hazlett, a resident of York County, Vice President for Enrollment Management. Hazlett currently serves as Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management at Millersville University. He will begin his work at York on Jan.1, 2022.

“I could not be more pleased to appoint Brian as Vice President for Enrollment Management at York College,” said President Pamela Gunter-Smith. “His recruitment concludes a national search conducted to fill the position. Brian brings considerable expertise and extensive experience to the position; he was a clear choice among the candidates presented to our campus community. As a longtime resident of York, he is very familiar with the College and our region. This certainly will be a benefit as he transitions to York College.”

Over the past 24 years, Hazlett served in various admissions/recruitment positions at Philadelphia University, Binghamton University, and Towson University before joining Millersville to become the inaugural vice president for enrollment management. Hazlett has served as a vice president at Millersville since 2013. 

“I am honored and excited to be selected to serve York College of Pennsylvania,” Hazlett said, “and look forward to working with faculty, staff, students, alumni and the community to collaboratively build a transformative enrollment strategy to position York College for the sustainable future.”

Hazlett earned a bachelor’s degree from Saint Francis University of Pennsylvania, a master’s degree from Binghamton University, and is working toward a doctorate in education from Northeastern University. Hazlett is proud to be a first-generation college graduate and has focused research on the resiliency of this growing population of college-bound students. 

He has been an active member of his community, serving on the board of Lancaster Dollars for Higher Learning and as a volunteer for Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania and the Dallastown Wildcat Swim Club. He also served as secretary and vice president of the Saint Francis University of Pennsylvania National Alumni Association. He was named Outstanding Young Alumnus in Education by Saint Francis in 2007.