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Dean of Students
The mission of Office of Student Affairs is to assist Widener Law students meet the academic demands of a legal education while balancing the needs of everyday life.

Appointments with the Associate Dean and Assistant Deans in the Office of Student Academic Affairs can be made by emailing or calling them directly.

Within the office, there are seven key positions:

Associate Dean for the Office of Student Affairs 
Professor Susan Goldberg
Phone: 302-477-2173
Email: slgoldberg@widener.edu

The Associate Dean for Student Affairs coordinates academic services for students and works with the Vice Dean on scheduling and academic instructional matters. The Associate Dean also coordinates accommodations for individuals with disabilities. Dean Goldberg advises students whose last names begin with the letters Ki-R.

Assistant Dean for the Office of Student Affairs 
Professor Patrick Johnston
Phone: 302-477-2199
Email: pjjohnston@widener.edu
Dean Johnston supervises the initial and ongoing orientations for incoming students. Also, he advises students whose last names begin with the letters S-Z.

Co-Director of the Academic Success Program 
Professor Maryann Brown
Phone: 302-477-2148
Email: mbrown@widener.edu

Professor Maryann Brown co-directs the Academic Success Program, which includes workshops for first year students, and individual assistance and classes for students having academic difficulties. She also advises students whose last names begin with the letters A-D.

Co-Director of the Academic Success Program 
Professor Alice Eakin
Phone: 302-477-2215
Email: aeeakin@mail.widener.edu

Professor Alice Eakin co-directs the Academic Success Program, which includes workshops for first year students, and individual assistance and classes for students having academic difficulties. She also advises students whose last names begin with the letters E-Kh.

Psychologist
Dr. Amy Gulino
Phone: 302-477-2263

Dr. Gulino is a licensed psychologist who provides counseling services for students including individual therapy, academic consultations, and workshops. Her services are free, confidential, and voluntary. Workshops will be scheduled and announced throughout the academic year while individual therapy and academic consultations are arranged through appointment only.

Contact Information

Secretary: Debra Berry
Phone: (302)-477-2142