Tiffany Hogue

Tiffany Hogue is a professor and lawyer who teaches graduate courses in higher education law, governance, and policy. She also directs and teaches in the Leadership Studies program, a minor available to undergraduates across all disciplines.  Prior to joining the Department of Educational Leadership in 2016 as a Clinical Professor of Higher Education Leadership and Policy, she served for 16 years as a senior academic administrator at Baylor University.

Professor Hogue earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Baylor University and a Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center. After practicing employment law at a large firm in her hometown of Phoenix, Arizona, she returned to Baylor as Assistant Dean for Academics at the College of Arts and Sciences. From 2003 - 2011, she served as Assistant Provost, in which role she directed Baylor’s re-affirmation of SACS COC accreditation, wrote Baylor’s first QEP, coordinated the Engaged Learning Group Program, co-wrote a new University Honor Code, developed new assessment instruments for the academic deans, and authored multiple faculty personnel policies including Baylor's first maternity and parental leave policy for faculty.

In 2011, she became chief of staff to the Executive Vice President and Provost, where, among numerous roles, she helped design and implement all aspects of the two-year campus-wide strategic visioning process that resulted in the adoption of Pro Futuris. She directed the day-to-day operations of the office and she played a critical role in training faculty leaders on a host of legal issues. She also served as a top advisor to the EVP and Provost in directing and managing the academic priorities and initiatives for the University. She is an active member of the Texas Bar, and her expertise in higher education and the law, combined with her care for students, makes her a unique asset to the faculty.