Assistant Provost for Residential Education and Associate Dean for Residential Colleges
Jill Stratton (she, her, hers) is the assistant provost for residential education and associate dean for Residential Colleges. As part of the senior leadership team in the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, she works closely with the residential college system and is the university’s liaison to ROTC. In her role, Assistant Provost Stratton focuses on fostering learning and supporting communities across the campus while connecting students with resources through various programming. She resides on campus in the West End Tower and hosts students for dinners, discussions, and special programs focused on leadership, community engagement, and successful transitions. Through the residential colleges and in conjunction with colleagues in experiential learning and the academic schools, she collaborates closely with faculty, staff, and students to support holistic undergraduate learning with a particular focus on sophomores and transfer students. Stratton’s research interests include college student development, residential learning communities, positive psychology, and leadership and holds a teaching appointment in the Peabody School of Education in the department of Human Organizational Development.