Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs & Dean of Students
Jordan Draper has focused her Student Affairs experience within the Student Conduct and Title IX fields and currently serves as The College of New Jersey’s Dean of Students and Title IX Coordinator. Within this role as Dean of Students, Dr. Draper is responsible for overseeing the Office of Student Conduct, the CARE Office which focuses on helping students in distress, and the Title IX Office which educates and investigates issues of sexual violence that impact any TCNJ community member.
Prior to serving as TCNJ’s Dean of Students and Title IX Coordinator, Dr. Draper worked as a Title IX Investigator at Rutgers University, a Community Standards Coordinator at Rutgers University, and the Graduate Assistant Coordinator for the Office of Rights & Responsibilities at the University of Maryland.
Dr. Draper completed her doctoral degree from Rutgers University- New Brunswick. Her dissertation explores an online sexual violence program and evaluates whether students participating had an increase of knowledge regarding sexual violence, changed attitudes around rape myths, and felt more comfortable reporting incidents to University staff members after partaking in the program. Dr. Draper earned a Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration from the University of Maryland and a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Radford University.
Dr. Draper currently resides in Flemington, New Jersey where she enjoys spending time with her family and heading to the beach when the weather is nice.