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Hyatt, Sally E.

Hyatt, Sally E.

Assistant Professor
Counselor Education & Student Affairs
Old Main 422
  • Course Regularly Taught
    STA517: Professional Orientation and Ethics in Student Affairs
    STA530: Helping Interventions in Student Affairs & Higher Education
    STA 571: Theory and Application of Student Development Principles
    STA572: Seminar in Leadership in Student Affairs
    STA588: Assessment and Evaluation in Student Affairs and Higher Education
    STA589: Research Methods in in Student Affairs and Higher Education
  • Degrees
    Ph.D. University of South Carolina
    M.A. East Tennessee State University
    B.S. East Tennessee State University
  • Publications
    Hyatt, S. E. & Smith, D. A. (2020). Faculty perceptions of community college transfer
    students: The private university experience. Community College Journal of Research and Practice. 44(6). 395-411.

    Hyatt , S. E. (2019). A New Perspective on Transfer Policy: Are Community College Transfer Students Getting an Equitable Academic Experience at Small Private Colleges?. Journal of College Orientation, Transition, and Retention, 26(2).

    Hyatt S. E. & Elliott, D. C. (in press, 2023). Academic success and preparedness of community college transfers: An ethnographic qualitative analysis of faculty perceptions at a small private college. The Community College Enterprise.

    McQue L., Elliott, D. C. & Hyatt, S. E. (in press, 2024). The Forgotten Sector: Community & Technical Colleges. In Clark J. & Smith J. (Eds.) New Directions for Student Services, Preparing New Student Affairs Professionals: Guidance from Faculty and Practitioners.
  • Background Information
    Dr. Hyatt is an Assistant Professor in the department of Counselor Education and Student Affairs. She brings many years of administrative experience in higher education to the Student Affairs program at KU, holding positions in Residence Life, Academic Advising, Student Conduct, as well as academic appointments. Prior to joining the faculty at Kutztown, she was an Assistant Professor at Queens University of Charlotte, where she also served as Assistant Dean. Dr. Hyatt completed her Ph.D. at the University of South Carolina in Educational Leadership. Her research agenda is primarily centered on the study of transfer students, specifically community college transfers.