Hallie Hunt joins Cal State Fullerton July 10 as the new dean of students in the Division of Student Affairs.
With 13 years of professional experience in higher education, Hunt holds a master of education degree in student affairs counseling from UCLA and a bachelor of arts degree in theatre from Occidental College. Most recently, she served as assistant dean of students and director of the Center for Student Conduct at UC Berkeley, specializing in behavior intervention, student care and support, student conduct and Title IX.
As dean of students, Hunt will serve as an advocate, liaison and ambassador for students in crisis and challenging situations. This includes students who experience mental health issues, academic challenges, social and/or emotional difficulties, behavioral concerns, food insecurity, housing displacement and/or financial hardship.
Hunt succeeds Tonantzin Oseguera, who became associate vice president for student engagement in late 2016.