Dr. William Stackman, Ph.D.
Associate Vice President for Student Services
Dr. Bill Stackman began his role as Associate Vice President for Student Services at Notre Dame in August 2012. He oversees the University's student health and wellness services, including the McDonald Center for Student Well-Being, the University Counseling Center, and University Health Services. In addition, Dr. Stackman chairs the University's Care Team, serves as the Deputy Title IX Coordinator, and supervises the Program Director for Graduate Student Life.
Previously, Dr. Stackman served as Director of Student Activities at Texas A&M University. Dr. Stackman has been working in student affairs for 30 years and has held leadership positions at a number of institutions, including Dean of Student Affairs at Rhodes College, Associate and Acting Dean of Students at Oberlin College, Director of Student Activities at Tufts University, Associate Director of the Illini Union at the University of Illinois, and Associate Director of Student Activities at Temple University.
Dr. Stackman earned his doctorate at Boston University in Leadership, Administration, and Policy Studies. He also holds a master's degree from West Virginia University in Higher Education Administration, a master's degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia in Parks and Recreation Administration, and a bachelor's degree from the University of Kentucky in Parks and Recreation.