Associate Director for Student Affairs and Co-Curricular Programming
- University Core: Transitioning to University Life
- University Core: Preparing for Professional Life
- MEd, University of Florida
- BA, Rutgers University-New Brunswick
Justin Zgombic, M.Ed., serves as the Associate Director for Student Affairs and Co-Curricular Programming for Fairleigh Dickinson University’s School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. In his position, he oversees and coordinates day-to-day operations of student services in in-person and online co-curricular programming, disability accommodations, career development, and social media marketing. He has been with the university since October 2017.
In addition to his position with the School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, he also serves as an Adjunct Professor in the University Core Curriculum Courses at Fairleigh Dickinson University, having done this for over three years. In these courses, he engages first-year student populations in collegiate assimilation and preparedness for professional life.
Prior to his experiences at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Justin served Student Affairs in the field of Campus Recreation. He was a Program Coordinator for Intramural Sports at the University of Texas at San Antonio, and as a Graduate Assistant in Competitive Sports at the University of Florida while earning his Master’s in Education, Student Personnel in Higher Education degree. Justin is passionate about student services and higher education administration. He is currently enrolled in the Doctor of Education program at Fairleigh Dickinson University. He is eager to continue his dedication to educational excellence and quality student services.
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