Student Life Vice President To Speak At Chapel

Nov. 11, 2003

by Marianne May, student writer

Dr. Eileen Hulme, vice president for student life, will speak to Baylor University students during Chapel at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 12, in Waco Hall.

A 1982 Baylor graduate, Hulme leads the 120-member student life division and oversees campus life, residence life, student development and university ministries. Hulme also is responsible for developing strategies to accomplish the student-life related imperatives of Baylor 2012, including creating a truly residential campus and enhancing academic and student life programming.

Hulme joined the Baylor administration in 1999 as assistant vice president for student life and was named vice president in 2001. She also serves as an adjunct faculty member in the School of Education.

Before coming to Baylor, Hulme served as vice president for student life and interim chief information officer at George Fox University in Newberg, Ore., and also has held student life positions at the University of Houston-Clear Lake and Trinity University in San Antonio.

At Baylor, Hulme earned a bachelor's degree in education from Baylor and played on the women's volleyball team. She earned her master's degree in social science from Azusa Pacific University in Los Angeles and her doctorate in educational administration from the University of Texas in 1997.

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