Associate Director of Housing and Residence Life
Pronouns: she, her, hers
Amy joined the UNF family in 2018. Amy received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Connecticut in 2005 and Master of Science in College Student Personnel from Miami University in 2007. Amy is also working on her doctorate through Marshall University, with a research focus on student, faculty, and staff experiences in living-learning communities. Amy's professional interests are in in student learning and development, mentoring women in the field and co-curricular programming. Outside of work, Amy enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters, is an avid long-distance runner, enjoys anything outdoors, coffee and watching too much HGTV.
Amy reports to Undergraduate Studies in order to build partnerships between academic and student life departments. Her duties include: supervising the Residence Life Coordinator for Educational Initiatives, departmental Academic and Educational Initiatives, Living-Learning Communities, and other Residence Education programs. She also serves as a member of the Housing and Residence Life Senior Leadership team.
When to contact:
- Interest in creating a partnership for a Living-Learning Community or Theme Housing Community
- Ideas for Academic and Educational programming
Contact: Email Amy Lorenz