Amanda Mullen

Associate Dean of Students
M.Ed.-Student Development in Higher Education, University of Maine; BS-Child Development and Family Relations-University of Maine
Year Appointed
Fall 2017
  • Engagement & Success


As the Associate Dean of Students, Amanda serves as the director of the Office of Community Living and the Office of Community Standards, Rights, and Responsibilities and provides oversight and direction to facility management, residential education, community building and engagement, and the student conduct process. Amanda also serves as a Deputy Title IX Coordinator, working primarily with complaints involving students to ensure both education and compliance with federal mandates as well as working to cultivate a campus community free of gender-based violence and discrimination.

Amanda came to Marietta College in 2010 from the University of Maine, where she received her master's degree in Student Development in Higher Education. While at the University of Maine, Amanda worked in student conduct and substance abuse education, and interned for the National Collaborative for Hazing Research and Prevention.

Amanda lives in Marietta with her partner and two dogs.