Student Services is a division that encompasses many areas of campus that students utilize outside the classroom. If you are interested in getting involved on campus, there are many opportunities available. We also have services available should you need to seek a medical or mental health professional. We service both our commuter and residential students and are here to listen to student concerns. Our office is located on the first floor of the Hubert Campus Center in Room 110. Please stop by and visit or contact us at 203-773-8542.
Meet the Student Services Staff
Andrew Foster serves as the Vice President for Student Services, overseeing the Office of Campus Activities, the Office of Residential Life, the Office of Student Life and Health Services. He also serves as the Title IX Coordinator. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Sacred Heart University and a masters of business administration from Albertus Magnus College. In his free time, Andrew enjoys watching the New York Giants play football, cooking, hiking Sleeping Giant mountain and spending time with his family.
Awilda Burroughs is the Operations Assistant for Student Services. She is currently in her second year at Albertus Magnus College. Awilda is a student in the Accelerated Degree Program at Albertus Magnus College, she is pursuing her Bachelor Degree in Business Management. She is fluent in Spanish. She resides in Hamden, CT. Her hobbies are cooking, shopping and traveling.
Erin Morrell is the Associate Dean for Campus Activities and Orientation. She is currently in her eleventh year at Albertus Magnus College. She has a bachelor of science from the University of Connecticut and a master of arts from Fairfield University. Erin is responsible for the overall administration of the Office of Campus Activities, the Hubert Campus Center and the student employees. She advises the Student Government Association and all student organizations on campus, plans leadership trainings and coordinates all of the New Student and Transfer Orientation sessions. She also teaches part time as an instructor on campus and advises a community service organization at a nearby university. In her spare time she enjoys baking, reading, traveling and having fun with her family and friends.
Malcolm Thomas is the Assistant Director for Campus Activities and an Assistant Hall Director for Student Services at Albertus Magnus College. He graduated from Nichols College May 2016 with his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and has a passion for student programming from his time worked with the Nichols student services department during his undergraduate time. Malcolm serves as the advisor the Student Government Association and assists in monitoring student run club and organization programs. In his free time, he enjoys coaching youth basketball, watching basketball, bowling, traveling, and spending time with his family and friends.
Assistant Director for Campus Activities & Assistant Hall Director email@example.com
Samantha Quinn is the Director of Community Standards. Within this role she oversees Residential Life and Student Conduct. She has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from SUNY Oneonta and a Masters of Counseling from SUNY Old Westbury. Samantha just moved to Connecticut this fall and is excited to work with the Albertus community. In her free time she enjoys traveling, baking, spending time with friends and family, and exploring New Haven.
Devon Corbett is the Residential Life Coordinator at Albertus Magnus College since January 2016. In her role as RLC, Devon is responsible for the general welfare of all residential students and works closely with the Resident Assistant Staff to foster a sense of community within the residence halls. She has a Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies from Western Connecticut State University and a Master of Higher Education Administration from Merrimack College. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, shopping, watching football, and spending time with her friends and family.
Jeff Funk joined the Student Services team as the Residential Hall Director in November 2016. He is responsible for supervising the Resident Assistant staff, overseeing residential programming, and coordinating the day-to-day operations within the residence halls. Jeff holds his B.A. in Sociology from Muhlenberg College with minors in Political Science and Women’s & Gender Studies. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, cooking, reading, and spending time with his friends and family. A native of Pennsylvania, Jeff is excited to live in Connecticut and explore all that the state has to offer.
Emilie Nicotra received her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Sociology from Elon College in Burlington, NC and her Master of Social Work degree from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. Since completing her MSW, Emilie has provided crisis intervention, case management, and individual and family therapy in a variety of different settings. Over the past two years, Emilie has been working with adolescents, young adults, and women through a private practice and working as a field advisor for master level social work students. Emilie enjoys being outside, reading, listening to music, baking, spending time with her family and friends, and going for walks with her dog, Lola.
Elena Tamayo Heitz is the Registered Nurse in Health Services and joined the Albertus Magnus College community in Fall 2016 after 6 years of primary care nursing. Elena has a BA in Sociology with a minor in Human Rights from the University of Connecticut and a BS in Nursing from Quinnipiac University. As a former RA and member of the UCONN programming board, Elena is excited to return to higher education where she can apply her passion for holistic nursing care and healthy communities. When not on campus Elena is having fun with her toddler, husband and two cats. She loves cooking, gardening and spending time with her family and friends.
Elizabeth Magenheimer MSN, APRN has worked at Albertus Magnus College as a family nurse practicioner since 1982. She received her BS from Villanova University and her Masters degree from Yale University. Elizabeth also works in primary care in New Haven at the Fair Haven Community Health Center and teaches at Yale University School of Nursing. She is bilingual in Spanish and English. Her special areas of interest beyond general primary care include: Women’s health, Mindfulness Meditation and Diabetes Care and Prevention. She lives in New Haven with her husband and has two grown sons. She spends her free time reading, swimming at the Albertus Pool and cross country skiing.