Associate Vice President for Student Development
Seminole State College of Florida
Dr. Jan Lloyd is the Associate Vice President for Student Development at Seminole State College of Florida where she oversees departments that support students learning and growth outside of the classroom. She supervises the Career Center, Student Life, First Generation Freshmen Office, Athletics, Intramurals and Recreation, and Disability Support Services. She also provides leadership for College initiatives on civic engagement as well as minority males. Previous to Seminole State College, Dr. Lloyd worked in various higher education institutions over the past 25 years including the University of Central Florida focused on student leadership development, the University of Georgia focused on advising student leadership organizations, and the University of South Florida Lakeland serving in a variety of roles including the Senior Student Affairs Officer with oversight for Admissions, Student Conduct, Financial Aid, Records, Academic Advising, Counseling & Wellness, and Student Life.
Dr. Lloyd earned an A.A. from Valencia College, a B.A. in communication and an M.A. in student personnel services from the University of Central Florida, and a Ph.D. in counseling and student personnel services from the University of Georgia. Her dissertation focused on predicting student leadership involvement by examining several characteristics of leaders. Along with her dissertation, Dr. Lloyd conducted additional research on how technology impacts students’ development related to peer relationships, academic involvement and healthy lifestyles. She has authored more than 10 publications and presented more than 35 sessions at regional and national conferences.
She is actively involved in the Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education Association (NASPA) and currently serves as the community college liaison for the civic learning and democratic engagement knowledge community. Dr. Lloyd is also involved with the Association of Florida Colleges where she serves as the public relations chair for the student development commission. Locally, she is involved on numerous college taskforces and committees that focus on student support and success.