Carla Stein is the new dean of Student Services at the Boulder County Campus of Front Range Community College.
Stein has more than 25 years of leadership experience in higher education, most recently as dean of Student Services at Western Nebraska Community College. She also has worked at Colorado School of Mines, Colorado Art Institute, the University of Denver, and Oklahoma State University. Stein replaces Stacey Hogan, who became coordinator of the Trade Adjustment Act Energy Program at FRCC.
“I look forward to serving students and becoming involved in the communities of Boulder County, where we lived for 11 years and have family ties dating back to the beginning of the last century,” Stein said. Her family settled in Boulder County in the early 1900s. Her great uncles and my mother attended the University of Colorado. Her uncle and aunt moved to Longmont in the 1950s, and he was the pharmacist at Francis Street Pharmacy.
While at Western Nebraska, Stein also worked as director of career assistance and internships, assistant dean of Student Services, associate dean of Student Services, and interim dean of Student Services. She was the coordinator of the Family Resource Center at Oklahoma State; a counselor, director of student development and assistant to the director for budget and planning at Colorado School of Mines; a counselor at Colorado Institute of Art; and resident director at the University of Denver.
Stein has a bachelor of arts in theology, magna cum laude, from the College of Santa Fe and a master of arts in higher education administration from the University of Denver. She and her husband have two adult children.
About Front Range Community College
FRCC offers nearly 100 degree and certificate programs from locations in Boulder County, Larimer County, Westminster, and Brighton, and online.
FRCC is a member of the Colorado Community College System, the state’s largest system of higher education. CCCS serves more than 162,000 students annually. The system oversees career and academic programs in the 13 state community colleges and career and technical programs in more than 160 school districts and six other post-secondary institutions.