Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs

Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs

Dr. Jimmy Jung serves as the Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management at New Jersey City University. Prior to his time at NJCU, Dr. Jung had served as Vice President for Enrollment Management at the University of Maine, and has held similar leadership roles at The College of Brockport (SUNY) and Baruch College (CUNY). Dr. Jung brings with him over a decade of experience that includes achieving record enrollment, improving student services, and increasing retention and graduation rates.

Dr. Jung is recognized as a leader in data driven strategic planning and has served on the predictive analytics advisory boards of IBM and McGraw-Hill. In addition, Dr. Jung’s expertise made him a highly sought after consultant to universities nationally and internationally on enrollment planning, marketing, financial aid leveraging, data analytics, and student success.

Beyond his experience as an administrator, Dr. Jung has held faculty appointments at the University Maine, Baruch College, and Hunter College, where he served on dissertation committees, consulted on research grant proposals, and taught undergraduate and graduate courses in education, statistics, and psychology.

A native of New York City, Dr. Jung received his BA in psychology from Hunter College, a MA in psychology from The City College of New York, and a Ph.D. in educational psychology from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.

Some of his recent presentations include:

  • Retaining Hispanic Students Through Culturally Relevant Partnerships and Peer Mentoring.
  • 9th Annual AHSIE Best Practices Conference, April 2017.
  • Empowering the Smarter Institution with Predictive Analytics. 3rd Annual Tech Summit for IT Leaders in Higher Education at Villanova University, 2014.
  • Retention to the Second Year at a Four-Year University: The Effects of Entering Characteristics, the First-Year Experience, and Financial Aid. Ninth Annual National Symposium on Student Retention, 2013.
  • The Current Economic Climate: Practical Implications for Families, Finance and Financial Aid. College Board Middle States Regional Forum, 2012.
  • Better Insights in Higher Education. IBM Global Online Education Conference, 2011.


Fax: 201-200-3523

Jimmy Jung, (
Vice President for Student Affairs

Jodi Bailey (
Interim Associate Vice President for Student Affairs

Lyn Hamlin, (
Dean of Students

Benjamin Rohdin, (
Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management

Dorothea Wilinski, (
Administrative Assistant to Dr. Jung