Clover Hall, Ed.D., holds a Bachelor of Science
degree in Economics and Statistics from the University of the West
Indies, (Mona), Jamaica; a Master of Business Administration from
Columbia University; and a Doctorate in Educational Administration
from Fordham University.
Dr. Hall has been at St. John’s University since 1994, initially as
the Director of Institutional Research. She became an Assistant
Vice President in 1998 and an Associate Vice President in 2001.
Since 2004 she has served as the Vice President of Institutional
Research and Academic Planning and a member of the Provost’s
Council and the Executive Planning Committee. She is also an
adjunct faculty member occasionally teaching courses in Statistics
and Research Methods. Her professional affiliations include
membership in the Association for Institutional Research (AIR) and
the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP).
Dr. Hall’s experience encompasses both the corporate and nonprofit
world. Prior to coming to St. John’s she served as Director of the
Data and Information Center and later Director of
Institutional Research at Iona College in New Rochelle, NY; a Staff
Manager at AT&T; and an Operations Manager at JCPenney.
She is a member of the Committee for Latin American and Caribbean
Studies (CLACS) at St. John’s and contributed a Chapter on Recent
Patterns of Immigrants in New York City to the CLACS publication
The Immigrant Experience in New York City: A Resource
Guide. She has served on many dissertation committees
for doctoral students and as a mentor in the Ronald E. McNair
Scholars Program. She is an active member of many committees at the
University including the President’s Multicultural Advisory
Committee, the Academic Planning Committee and the Vincentian