Jason L. Meriwether

Dr. Jason L. Meriwether is the Vice President for Student Success at Rhode Island College in Providence, RI. Prior to that, Jason was the Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management & Student Affairs at Indiana University Southeast, which was named one of the 15 "Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs" by Diverse Issues in Higher Education in 2015. Jason believes that success in student affairs and enrollment management lies in the ability to adapt to new trends in technology and digital presence, while staying committed to advocacy for learning. In 2014, Jason was selected to Louisville Business First’s Top Forty under 40 and as one of Business First’s 20 People to Know in Education and Workforce Development. Jason is a financially active member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated. Jason has overseen a myriad of Greek Letter Organizations, including members of the Interfraternity Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, Incorporated, and the National Panhellenic Conference, as well as numerous service, honors, multicultural, and music fraternities & sororities. Jason’s national presentations on legal issues related to hazing have been the subject of cover stories in the Student Affairs Today Newsletter and in College Athletics and the Law. Jason has conducted national webinars for StudentAffairs.com and HigherEdHero on hazing prevention. Jason also presented his latest research topic, “Respect, Death, & Tradition: Exploring Greek Life Hazing and Violence” at the 2015 national conference for the American College Personnel Association & the Association of Student Conduct Administrators. Jason will present a session titled, Courtrooms vs. Classrooms: Mitigating Greek Life Hazing & Violence at the 2016 National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Conference in Indianapolis, IN. In 2015, Jason authored Training versus Trials: Educative Strategies to Mitigate Hazing Liability, a substantive discussion of trends and best practices in mitigating hazing, published by the ACPA Commission for Student Conduct and Legal Issues. Jason also wrote How Conduct Educators Can Shape the Hazing Conversation for the ACPA Commission for Student Conduct and Legal Issues Newsletter, and has written about best practices for using digital tools for anti-hazing education in a January 2015 Socialnomics column titled #Hazing Prevention: A New Digital Discussion. Jason was also recently featured on Higher Ed Live to discuss best practices to communicate with fraternities and sororities. Jason’s expertise is in helping universities by guiding the refinement of anti-hazing policies, conducting trainings for student organizations and advisors, and empowering campus leaders with best practices in mitigating liability. As an advocate for GLO community engagement, Jason is a believer in the service that “Greeks” provide to their communities. In his experience, Jason has organized community service initiatives that have provided over 10,000 documented hours of volunteerism, service, and mentoring completed by Greek Letter Organizations.

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