At Mont Alto the chancellor and the Administrative Council direct campus operations. In the absence of the Chancellor, the Chief Academic Officer acts in his stead. Administrative Council is composed of strategic campus department heads.
Francis K. Achampong, Ph.D., chancellor, Penn State Mont Alto
The chancellor, as the head administrative officer, is responsible for administering all affairs of the University on the campus and within the campus area, including resident instruction, continuing education, research, and public service.
Michael Doncheski, Ph.D., director of Academic Affairs
The chief academic officer is the administrator responsible for all campus academic concerns. These include hiring and supervision of faculty, program development and delivery, and supervision of the following academic support services: Library, Learning Center, Division of Undergraduate Studies Advising Center, Office of the Registrar, and the Office of Continuing Education. The chief academic officer is also responsible for the academic quality of all Continuing Education programs.
Randall Ackerman, director of Development and Alumni Relations
The director of development reports to the Chancellor for the administration of all matters relating to fundraising and alumni relations.
Staci Brennan, director of Athletics
The director of athletics coordinates schedules and resources for the athletics department. Penn State Mont Alto has twelve varsity sports teams, in addition to intramural and club sports.
Shawn Wiley, director of Enrollment Management
The director of enrollment management and staff educates the public about Penn State University and about the admissions and financial aid processes at Penn State. They also work to enroll and retain students who have the potential to succeed by promoting access to the University through education, counseling, and financial assistance. The Enrollment Management Office is responsible for admissions, financial aid, and student retention
director of Public Relations and Marketing
The director of public relations and marketing serves as the campus spokesperson and media liaison, as well as oversees the marketing and advertising for the campus and its programs, and the production of all campus publications including the University's website. This office is also responsible for ensuring that University editorial style and graphics identity programs are applied to all forms of external communications to maintain University editorial and visual standards at our campus.
Craig Cook, director of Housing and Food Services
The director of housing and food services manages all matters and staff related to food service on campus, The Mill Cafe, and its residence halls.
Jay Arcuri, director of Student Affairs
The director of student affairs and staff are responsible for residence life, health services, counseling, career services, student activities, clubs and organizations, student government, new student welcome, student conduct, diversity programs and resources, leadership development, service-learning, international student services, Veteran’s Affairs, spiritual life, Title IX and sexual misconduct resources, student-initiated fees, and the Wiestling Student Center.
Helen McGarry, director of Continuing Education
The director of Continuing Education works in conjunction with the chief academic officer and is responsible for the facilitation, administration, and management of continuing education classes, programs, and services. The office delivers, off and on-campus, credit and non-credit educational programs and services to the communities of Franklin, Fulton, and Adams Counties and workplace programs on company premises.
Matt Ulmer, director of Business Services and Finance
The director of business services is responsible for the purchasing of goods and services, finance, police services, and most Human Resources functions at the campus.
Doug Prowant, director of Information Technology
The director of information technology oversees the department which provides support for all computers and telecommunications. He is responsible for faculty, staff, and student computing, telecommunications, and AV support.