Christendom College has named Amanda Graf as the college’s vice president for student affairs. College president Dr. Timothy O’Donnell made the announcement in mid-September, praising Graf for her years of service and for improving the college’s student life office over her tenure.
“For more than seven years, Amanda has provided the College with exemplary service both in her previous role and as director of student affairs,” said O’Donnell. “During her time with us, she has continually improved processes and policies, helped to increase support for students, and worked to deepen in student life our shared commitment to building trust and a true Christian community for those we serve.”
Graf joined the Christendom community in the fall of 2011 as the director of residence life, after serving as a Catholic missionary with FOCUS. She graduated from the University of Illinois in 2008 with a degree in print journalism and from the George Washington University with a Master’s in education in 2015. In 2017, Graf was promoted to director of student affairs at the college, overseeing and supporting all of the departments in student life as they seek to form young men and women on campus. She will continue that same mission as vice president, helping students excel in college and prepare for their lives post-graduation.