Vice Provost of Student Success, Inclusive Excellence and Curricular Innovation
Rebecca Hong, Ed.D.
Vice Provost for Student Success, Inclusive Excellence and Curricular Innovation
Rebecca Hong serves as the Vice Provost of Student Success, Inclusive Excellence and Curricular Innovation at the University of San Francisco. She leads university initiatives to enhance academic and inclusive excellence and partners across divisions to support student success.
Prior to her appointment in August 2023, she served as the Assistant Vice Provost of Educational Effectiveness and Assessment and the Chief Accreditation Liaison Officer (ALO) at Loyola Marymount University. Her previous academic leadership roles also include serving as the Assistant Provost for Educational Effectiveness, Dean of Curriculum and Assessment, and Associate Professor of Education at Biola University.
Dr. Hong earned her Doctorate in Education from the University of Southern California, her master’s degree in education from Biola University, and her bachelor’s degree in economics from University of California, San Diego. She is a graduate of the Institute of Management and Leadership in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the WSCUC Assessment Leadership Academy. She finds joy in living a life of service to others. Dr. Hong serves the higher education community as a consultant and on WSCUC accreditation review teams and gives back to her local community as a basketball coach for the Torrance Youth Sports Program and as an active member on the Police Chief’s Advisory Board.
Departments and initiatives
The Vice Provost of Student Success, Inclusive Excellence and Curricular Innovation oversees the following departments and initiatives:
- Office of Assessment and Accreditation Support (OAAS)
- Office of Institutional Research and Analytics (OIRA)
- Transfer Belonging and Excellence Initiative