The Rutgers University Deans of Students foster the personal and education development of students. We enhance this process through integration of student experiences, both in and out of the classroom, by creating various and seamless learning opportunities. Deans of Students nurture leadership skills, social justice, and civic responsibility. We seek to build educationally purposeful and inclusive campus communities that support the holistic growth of our students.

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New Brunswick, NJ 08901

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Dr. Anne Newman, Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Dean of Students

Dr. Anne Newman

Anne Newman serves as the Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Dean of Students.  Anne joined the Rutgers community in 2010 as the Director of Student Conduct and was instrumental in the development of an educational student conduct process here at Rutgers.  This is Anne’s first year as Assistant Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students.

Anne earned a B.B.A. degree in Finance and Human Resources from Adelphi University, a M.S. degree in Higher Education Administration from The Florida State University and a Ph.D. in Higher Educational Administration from Illinois State University.  In addition to work in the Dean of Students Office, Anne also teaches courses in the College Student Affairs Program here at Rutgers.

Anne knows that students are the reason we are here and believes that one of the primary functions of the Dean of Students Office is to help students navigate the campus and the challenges they face while at Rutgers.  She is excited for this opportunity and hopes to have the chance to meet and interact with lots of students about their experiences at Rutgers.  Anne is also available to work with students and student organizations on conflict resolution, policy writing/revisions, and leadership development initiatives.

When she is not working, Anne is spending time with her family, including husband Scott and daughter Joanna.  Anne is an avid sports fan and also enjoys anything music and musicals.  If you can’t find her in Bishop House, chances are you will run into her on one of the University busses or a NJ Transit Train.

Jeffrey Broggi, Senior Associate Dean of Students

Jeffrey Broggi

Dean BroggiJeff Broggi, MSW, Senior Associate Dean of Students, received his Bachelors of Science in Psychology from Kean University in 1998 and his Masters in Social Work from Rutgers University in 2001. He worked at Rutgers with Residence Life since 1998. With Residence Life Dean Broggi has held the role of Assistant Director of Residence Life for Busch Campus and transitioned to Assistant Director for Student Support in May of 2012. Dean Broggi has taught the Resident Assistant class, the Students in Transition Seminar, and thrives in working with students in crisis.

Dean Broggi has worked in the Dean’s Office since August of 2013 and takes great pride in the connections he has made with his students. He is a compassionate student advocate who works hard to make sure all of his students have the best experience possible. He takes great satisfaction in working at RU as he is a Rutgers Legacy. He holds Rutgers very near to his heart and is committed to providing students with guidance and support needed to thrive on campus and beyond.

Dean Broggi enjoys spending his spare time with his wife, and two daughters, running, and is an avid sports fan.

Sandra Castro, Associate Dean of Students

Sandra Castro

Dean CastroSandra (Rocio) Castro has been an integrate part of Rutgers for 25 years. She began her career at Rutgers at the office of Continuing Education Center in New Brunswick in several capacities earning her the title of Director. Rocio then moved into her role as The Associate Director of the Center for Latino Arts and Cultural Center (CLAC). She has broad experience in areas of diversity, social justice and educational and cultural programming. She received her BA in Sociology and Psychology from Douglass College, and earned her Certification in Social Work from Rutgers-Camden. She completed a certification in Domestic Violence Training from Rutgers and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. With deep roots in the community development and diversity programming, she founded and currently Co-Chairs the Latino Alumni Association at Rutgers University (LAARU. She has co-directed Artists Mentoring Against Racism Drugs and Violence. She stays committed to the Healing Through the Arts at Rutgers University Summer Youth Camp.  She won the Rutgers President Richard McCormick Human Dignity Award for Outstanding Contribution in the Arts as well as being recognized with the Arrigo O. Rogers Advisor of the Year Award for her dedication to Rutgers University student organizations.

She is also currently Chair of the Rutgers University Bias Prevention Education Committee, Co-Chair of the board for the Rutgers University – Center for Latino Arts and Culture, and Chair of New Brunswick Domestic Violence Awareness Coalition.

Halston Fleming, Associate Dean for Case Management

Halston Fleming

Halston Fleming is currently a Associate Dean for Case Management in the Office of the Dean of Students at Rutgers University, managing health and safety concerns of students.  Prior to serving as the Case Manager, he worked as an Assistant Athletic Advisor at the University of South Carolina and a mental health clinician for South Carolina’s Department of Mental Health.

He is a native of South Carolina and earned a BA degree in Psychology from the University of South Carolina.  Halston later attended Louisiana State University (LSU) where he received a Master’s Degree in Community Counseling.  He is a third year counseling doctoral student at Montclair State University.   Halston’s clinical and research interests include multicultural identity development, interpersonal relationships, anxiety, life transitions, and self-esteem. Outside of the University, Halston enjoys traveling, spending time with his family, and writing poetry and short stories.

Dr. Timothy Grimm, Associate Dean of Students

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