Enrollment Management & Student Affairs

The Student Affairs departments at Triton College are committed to providing the tools and support needed to prepare students for college completion and beyond. The multitude of resources, services and opportunities available for students will help pave the way to achieving academic, personal and professional success. 

All of the programs, services and facilities provided by our Student Affairs departments are designed to create engaging, supportive environments that will enhance the personal growth, educational success and career preparation of all our students.

Please take some time to explore all the resources available to facilitate a rewarding experience for you at Triton College. 

Jessica Rubalcaba
Director for the VP of Student Affairs
(708) 456-0300, Ext. 3062
jessicarubalcaba@triton.edu

Jenelle Madrigal
Administrative Assistant to the VP of Student Affairs
708) 456-0300, Ext. 3205
jenellemadrigal@triton.edu


Vice President of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs

Jodi Koslow Martin, VP of Student Affairs

Dr. Jodi Koslow Martin was appointed Vice President of Enrollment Management & Student Affairs at Triton College in November 2018. Koslow Martin has 20 years of experience serving in college administration roles. Prior to joining Triton, she served as Vice President for Student Engagement at North Park University in Chicago. In that role, she served as the chief student affairs officer providing leadership in creating environments for student success. Previously, Koslow Martin served 14 years at Aurora University, Aurora, Ill., in several roles including assistant provost, dean of first-year students, and interim dean of the College of Professional Studies.

Koslow Martin is an active member of the peer review corps for the Higher Learning Commission. She regularly travels to higher education institutions for accreditation visits. She has served on national boards, review committees, and has been a conference presenter on student success and retention.

Koslow Martin earned her bachelor's degree with a double major in English and communication from St. Norbert College, De Pere, Wis. She earned a master of education from Ohio University, Athens. She also earned a doctorate in higher education from Loyola University Chicago, where her dissertation research focused on first-year student expectations. Koslow Martin also is a national advisory board member for the National Resource Center on the First-Year Experience and Students In Transition.

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Mission

The Division of Student Affairs fosters an empowering and inclusive learning environment that promotes student engagement and success through high quality programs and services.

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