CCBC Names Beaver County Native and Long-time Enrollment Leader as VP of Student Affairs

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Monday, January 10, 2022 at 2:13 PM
Monaca, PA – Community College of Beaver County (CCBC) is announcing the appointment of Angela Hamilton as vice president of student affairs. She will be responsible for overseeing all student affairs functions, including student life, student services, and enrollment services. Hamilton reports directly to President Dr. Roger W. Davis and serves as a member of the Senior Executive Cabinet. 

“We are thrilled that Angela is once again expanding her role at CCBC and joining the senior leadership team,” said Dr. Davis. “She has a proven track record of putting students first, improving processes that advance the college wholistically and departmentally, and collaborating to build effective teams. Her experience and passion throughout her career will play a key role in benefitting our students and culture as we continue to look to the future.”

As a Beaver County native and CCBC alumna, Ms. Hamilton has 14 years of progressive experience at CCBC. Previously, she was associate vice president of student affairs, registrar, and director of enrollment services, as well as served on the admissions staff. She joined CCBC in 2007 and has also taught as a part-time instructor on campus. 

During her time at CCBC she has spear-headed such initiatives as the degree audit, online registration, a remodel of the Enrollment Services area for concierge-style service, and most recently, the launch of community classrooms and the return of athletics post-pandemic.

Angela exceeds her commitment to CCBC and the students, so this promotion is well-deserved,” stated CCBC’s registrar Rose Whelpley. As a supervisor, she encourages me to achieve my goals and promotes a positive work environment.”

Hamilton is one of only 50 individuals internationally to earn a Strategic Enrollment Management Endorsement from the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admission Officers. 

“I am proud to be a part of the CCBC community and to take on this new opportunity,” said Hamilton. “I look forward to representing the student body while helping students unlock their highest potential, providing students with a web of support and opportunity inside and outside of the classroom.”

Hamilton earned her M.S. from the University of Pittsburgh, B.S. from Robert Morris University, and associate degree from CCBC. She resides in Center Township with her husband, two children, and therapy dog Bailey, who she volunteers with on campus and at nursing homes throughout the community.