Vice Provost for Student Health and Well-Being
Vice Provost Shollenberger (he/him) has over 34 years of progressive service in higher education with a focus on the advancement of student health and well-being within academia with a career-long commitment to student access, diversity and inclusion, and building residential communities and academic success programs.
Shollenberger served as Vice Provost for Student Affairs at Johns Hopkins University from July 2013, and with increased attention to student well-being, including priorities reflected in recommendations from the 2018 Presidential Task Force on Student Mental Health, he was appointed the inaugural Vice Provost for Student Health and Well-Being in August 2019. In this role, Shollenberger is responsible for the strategic direction to the University’s well-being education and programs, mental health, primary care, disability services, and sexual assault response and prevention, to move them toward a more integrated model that removes barriers to access services and resources.
Shollenberger holds and M.Ed from American University in Counseling in Higher Education and a BA from Arcadia University/Beaver College. He is an active member and contributor to the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators and a frequent national presenter. Prior to Johns Hopkins, he worked at Columbia University as the Chief Student Affairs Officer as well as holding positions at the University of Hawai’i Mānoa and American University.