Vice President for Student Affairs
With over 20 years progressively responsible senior level leadership in Student Affairs at The College of New Jersey, Sean Stallings now serves as TCNJ’s Vice President for Student Affairs. Prior to his appointment, he served TCNJ as the Interim Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs, and Executive Director of Residential Education and Housing to name a few. Mr. Stallings oversees a comprehensive division comprised of major units of Athletics, Dean of Students, Health and Wellness, and Student Services. He leads the division’s strategic planning direction with oversight of $63M budget, approximately 100 staff across 17 units supporting student success. He has managed the programming aspect of several key building renovations including the award winning renovations of the Atrium at Eickhoff Dining Hall and Brower Student Center and the construction of two new apartments.
It is Mr. Stallings’ belief that the environment in which Student Affairs work is the laboratory for life where students have the opportunity to transform education into knowledge. The leading priorities for Mr. Stallings’ and his leadership colleagues are leadership, student resiliency, diversity and inclusion, health and wellness, and operational excellence.
Mr. Stallings holds a bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning, a master’s degree in Social Work Administration, Policy, and Planning from Rutgers University and has completed doctoral coursework in Organizational Leadership along with professional affiliations in the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) authoring a chapter in AVP: Leading from the Unique Role of Associate/Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs (2016), Association of College and University Housing Officers International (ACUHO-I), Association of College Unions International (ACUI), while also serving as vice president of the Board of Trustees at Sankofa Freedom Academy Charter School in Philadelphia, PA.
He now resides in Bensalem, PA. where he enjoys spending time with his two young sons and participating in their active lives coaching track and football among other activities.