Residence Life Staff
At Bryn Athyn College, our residence life staff are dedicated to providing safe and supportive living environments for our students. Our campus life supports our mission to enhance students moral and civil lives, so our residence life staff encourage moral and kind behavior in all of residence life.
Asplundh Field House
Abraham Joseph serves as the Residence Manager of Childs and Brock Halls and the Sports Information Director for the Bryn Athyn College Athletics Department. He joined the Bryn Athyn College team in 2010 upon graduation from Neumann University with a degree in Business Administration. He is looking forward to providing the residents of Childs and Brock Halls with an experience that encourages their academic and personal success.
Jenny Lucas serves as the Director of Residence Life at Bryn Athyn College and as Residence Manager of the Cottages and Women’s Suites. She grew up in the Bryn Athyn community and attended Bryn Athyn College. Of her experience at Bryn Athyn, she says, “I found that living in the residence halls while I was a student was one of the most rewarding experiences of my college career, and I’m glad to be involved in residence life again as a member of the staff.” After two years at Bryn Athyn, Jenny went on to graduate from Roanoke College in Salem, VA with a BA in Psychology. She returned to Bryn Athyn College “to give back to the community that was so meaningful to me, and I have loved the experience.” Jenny is currently pursuing her MS in Higher Education at Drexel University.
BA, Bryn Athyn College
Dale Smith serves as the Financial Aid Coordinator for Bryn Athyn College and as the Assistant Residence Manager of Childs and Brock Halls. Dale graduated in 2010 from Bryn Athyn College with an Interdisciplinary degree in Business and Political Science. He also served as an RA at the Academy of the New Church for four years. Upon graduation, he left Bryn Athyn and worked as a management trainee for a large company in the food industry, but he missed working with young people, and returned to work for Bryn Athyn College.