Mary Mazuk | Mount St. Joseph University


Academic Advising Resource Center (AARC)
ADM 101


B.A. Communications, Electronic Media, Xavier University; M.A. Community Counseling, Xavier University


Ms. Mazuk began working in higher education in 2005, as the Advising Resource Coordinator at Mount St. Joseph University.  She quickly transitioned to the Academic Exploration Program Coordinator, specializing in advising undeclared students, and teaching as an adjunct faculty member.  In 2010, she was appointed as director of and implemented the first Academic Advising Resource Center at the University, overseeing advising processes and training.  In 2015, she was also appointed to be the primary writer and director of the University's Strategic Retention Plan, charged with continuing current and implementing new initiatives that impact MSJU students.  Having been a performer and enjoying musical theatre, Ms. Mazuk also produced and directed Mount Musical Productions from 2008-2011.  Prior to working in higher education, she worked in the mental health field and still holds a Professional Clinical Counselor licensure in Ohio.