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Carla DeLucia, EdD

Carla DeLucia, EdD

(Pronouns: (she/her))
  • Associate Dean for Enrollment Management & Student Affairs
  • SON Deputy Title IX Coordinator
  • Assistant Professor of Clinical Nursing


  • Doctor of Education in Higher Education Administration, 2021. Northeastern University. Boston, MA
  • Master of Arts in Teaching, Mathematics Education, 2006. Boston University. Boston, MA
  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, 2005. Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Geneva, NY


Carla DeLucia, EdD, assistant professor of clinical nursing, serve as the associate dean for enrollment management and student affairs at the University of Rochester School of Nursing. In role, DeLucia oversees the admissions and student affairs offices, spearheading initiatives to strengthen the School’s recruitment and admissions efforts, adapt to market demands, and support student needs. With more than 17 years of experience in higher education administration, DeLucia brings significant expertise in predictive analytics and student financial services to the role. She earned her doctorate in higher education administration from Northeastern University.


Alumnae Citation Award
William Smith College Alumnae Assocation, 2021


Looking to Advance Your Career in Higher Education? Let’s Talk About Networking
NASPA Region 1 Conference, Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, 2023
Portland, Maine

Helping Tigers Earn Their Stripes: One University's Approach to Proactive Annual Advising
NACADA Region 1 & Region 2 Conference, The Global Community for Academic Advising (NACADA), 2021

An Innovative Online Program Increases Student Success in Mathematics
University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) Conference, University Professional and Continuing Education Association, 2018
Providence, Rhode Island

Mathematics Summer Bridge Program Success: First Semester and Beyond
Annual Conference on the First-Year Experience, Annual Conference on the First-Year Experience, 2018
San Antonio, Texas

Lessons from Digital Learning Innovation Award Winners
New Media Consortium, New Media Consortium, 2017
Cambridge, Massachusetts

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