Associate Vice President of Student Affairs
With accomplishments as a trainer and facilitator on issues of social justice and diversity education, Clint-Michael Reneau, Ph.D., joined Cal State Fullerton in the summer of 2017 as an Associate Vice President of Student Affairs to lead retention efforts.
Working in higher education for more nearly 15 years, as AVP of Student Retention, Dr. Reneau has been tasked with the work of administering policies that support the academic, professional and personal developmental needs of CSUF students. He currently oversees a diverse set of student services, including the Career Center, Center for Internships and Community Engagement, the Wellness Team, and the CSUF Irvine Center. Additionally, Dr. Reneau provides guidance for the Special Populations Team, which is comprised of Student Academic Services, Athletic Academic Services, Veteran Student Services, Center for Scholars and Male Success Initiatives; and the Wellness Team, which includes Counseling and Psychological Services, Disability Support Services, and the Student Health Center.
Prior to joining CSUF, Dr. Reneau served as Director of Disability Services and the Title IX Investigator and Student Conduct Specialist at Texas State University in San Marcos. He was responsible for leading, developing, training and supervising support staff, including student affairs professionals and disability specialists. Additionally, he has served in leadership roles at Tulane University in New Orleans and the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Clint-Michael earned his doctorate in adult, professional and community education, a master's degree in education-guidance and counseling, with an emphasis in student affairs, and a bachelor's degree in communication studies, with a minor in mass media communication, all from Texas State University.