Arizona College of Nursing
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Executive Director of Academic Operations
Mary Hawkins joined Arizona College- Dallas in 2020. She has extensive experience in higher education including roles as Campus Director, Dean of Academic Affairs, and Director of Campus Operations. As a first generation college student, Mary is inspired to help others achieve their academic and career goals. Mary leads the Academic team at the Dallas Campus with a focus on providing quality education for future nurses.
Executive Director of Enrollment Services
Sherri Springer came to Arizona College of Nursing – Dallas in 2018. She has been in higher education for many years and brings experience and expertise in the areas of admissions, student services, operations, and financial aid. She has proudly and successfully served in many roles throughout her career including Director of Admissions and School Director for both large and small colleges and universities.
As Executive Director of Enrollment Services, Springer oversees admissions, student services, career services, financial aid and is accountable for achieving institutional goals including student retention; educational quality objectives; graduation and placement rates; and accreditation standards.
Dean of General Education
Prior to joining Arizona College in 2018, Corey owned and operated a tutoring business in New Jersey. His passion was working with students to develop individual plans for success. After completing his bachelor’s degree in Health Science, he then went to teach at rural school districts in Texas. There, he continued his passion for teaching while taking on leadership roles within the field of education. After completing his master’s degree in biology, Corey accepted an adjunct teaching opportunity followed by an opportunity to be the Learning Resource Manager at Arizona College. Finally, Corey was honored with the position of Dean of General Education and continues his passion for teaching and overseeing the success of his students.
As Dean of General Education, Corey oversees all operations within the General Education component of the Nursing program.
Dean of Nursing
Prior to joining Arizona College in May 2021, Jennifer served as the Department Head of Post Licensure Nursing and advanced to the Assistant Dean of Nursing (Program Director) at Tarleton State University. She was a nominee and served as fellow in the Texas Academic Leadership Academy in 2020.
As Associate Campus Dean of Clinical Education at West Coast University, she led the team in simulation, laboratory, and clinical experiences for nursing students. Before transitioning to higher education, she served in many leadership positions in the health care setting. Jennifer is passionate about strengthening students to achieve professional success in nursing.
BSN Program Manager
Chloe Ffrench joined Arizona College of Nursing – Dallas in 2021. Her professional background includes experience in biological research, student housing, and undergraduate admissions. She enjoys supporting students in their journey to become healthcare professionals and achieve their academic goals.
As the BSN Program Manager, Chloe Ffrench assists with the logistical guidance of students through their General Education courses.
1 The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program at Arizona College of Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (https://www.aacnnursing.org/CCNE).
2 All Arizona College of Nursing and Arizona College campuses are institutionally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES), a U.S. Department of Education-recognized national accrediting agency.