Office Directory

To search for all staff, please see the directory page.

Dean’s Office

John Short, CEO/Campus Dean
Renee Anderson, Dean’s Assistant
Admin/Extension Building, Rm 132
(920) 929-1106

Business Office

The Business Office functions as the financial hub of the campus in its service to students, faculty and staff. Most students interact with the Business Office each semester as they pay tuition, receive financial aid checks and request the processing of transcripts. Business Office staff work with members of student government to determine the budgeting of segregated fees paid by students. In addition, they conduct all transactions related to purchasing at the university.

Transcript Request

Bethany Rusch, Assistant Dean of Administration and Finance
Tracy Schwinn, Financial Specialist
Fran Holzmann, Program Assistant
Admin/Extension Building, Rm 112
(920) 929-1133
Business Office Page

Student Affairs

The Student Affairs Office provides comprehensive assistance to prospective and current students in the areas of admission, financial aid, advising, orientation, placement testing, disability services, tutoring services and student activities.

Advisors are available to help students learn about degree options, majors, academic requirements, and the process of transferring. Help is also available in assessing career goals, planning a return to school, adjusting to academic life, or other areas of concern relevant to beginning or returning to college.

Joyce Atkins, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs
Student Affairs Page

Continuing Education

The Continuing Eduation office offers credit outreach courses, travel experiences, online learning, youth programming, personal enrichment courses and much more. 

Teri Mattek,  Continuing Education Director
(920) 929-1155
Continuing Education Page

Information Technology (IT)

The IT Department provides support for campus computers and technology. IT also offers video services, computer and software consultation, digital photography, digital and conventional audio recording, and is willing to help with any other technology not mentioned.

Help Desk: (920) 929-1144.



The mission of the UW-Fond du Lac Library is to support the curriculum of this institution. There are approximately 40,000 volumes in our collection. Our students also have access to the volumes in any of the other UW System libraries through Universal Borrowing.

(920) 929-1145
Library Website

Campus Counseling Center

The Counseling Center at UW-Fond du Lac is staffed by experienced clinicians from Agnesian HealthCare's IntegNet. UW-Fond du Lac students are eligible to schedule up to six one hour appointments on campus free of charge. Additional appointments can be scheduled through IntegNet, but are the financial responsibility of the student.

Terra Vande Hey, MSE
Classroom Building, Rm 208
(920) 929-1182
Campus Counseling Center Page

Marketing and Communications

The Marketing and Communications office partners with Student Affairs on enrollment managment and manages campus marketing initiatives, community relations, media communications, media relations, social media accounts, website content, advertising, printing, photography and is the editor for campus publications.

Laurie Krasin, Director of Marketing and Communications
(920) 929-1108
Campus news page