Joe Hazelton

Joe Hazelton

Assistant Director

(302) 831-8423


My Responsibilities

As the Assistant Director for Student Conduct and Department Operations I manage day to day operations including but not limited to student behavior and conduct, facilities concerns/issues, hall opening and closing processes, and general administrative functions.

Where I Can Help

  • Residence Hall Policies and Related Questions
  • Facilities Concerns/Issues
  • Mail Questions
  • Break Housing
  • Hall Opening and Closing Processes

Educational Background

  • Bachelor of Elective Studies, St. Cloud State, 1999
  • Master of Education, North Dakota State University, 2004

Arrival to UD

2010

Previous Positions Held

Over the past 16 years I have held various positions in Residence Life at some great institutions starting as an RA at my undergraduate institution St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud, MN. I was a Residence Hall Director at North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND while also earning my Masters Degree in Educational Administration. I have held other professional positions at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and back to St. Cloud State University before arriving at UD.

Points of Pride

I have been committed to Student Affairs as a profession for approximately 14 years and thoroughly enjoy working with college students as they transition into college and beyond.

I am also proud to serve as the chair of two Office of Residence Life committees at UD; Alcohol and other Drug Committee and the Safety Committee.

My Favorite Quote/Motto/Personal Philosophy

"Never, Never, Quit" - Winston Churchill

Life Outside UD

Outside of my day to day work I enjoy exploring life on the east coast. I have especially enjoyed spending time in the Washington, DC area. I try to make it back to my home state of Minnesota 2-3 times a year to spend time with my family and time at our lake home in the north woods of MN. When I am not traveling, I enjoying going to see a good or even bad movie, spending time outside, and swimming.