DSU names new director of Residential Education


 

Delaware State University has announced the appointment of William B. Smith, Jr. as its new director of Residential Education. 

William B. Smith

Mr. Smith brings more than 24 years of residential education and student services experience to DSU. He will oversee the management of all of the University’s residential facilities – which includes the on-campus eight traditional residential halls and residential apartment complex, as well as the off-campus University Courtyard Apartment complex. DSU has approximately 1,600 student living on-campus and more than 350 living in the University’s off-campus apartment complex.
 
Prior to his arrival at DSU, Mr. Smith served as an associate vice president for Residential Education and Services at Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Oregon from 2006-2008. Through his career he has held leadership posts in residential education and student services at the University of Arkansas, Indiana University, Wilberforce University, Cornell University and Iowa State University.
 
Mr. Smith has a bachelor of arts in history and a master of science in college student personnel administration, both from Indiana University.