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Dr. Pat J. Bosco

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Vice President for Student Life a...

Kansas State

Employment History

  • Administrator
    Kansas State
  • Founder and Director
    Center for Leadership Development
  • Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students
    Kansas State University
  • Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Dean of Student Life
    Kansas State University
  • Vice President
    Student Life
  • Dean
    Student Life

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    Center for Leadership Development


  • Bachelor of Science , Elementary Education
    Kansas State University
  • Doctorate , Higher Education
    University of Nebraska
  • Master of Science , Educational Administration
    Kansas State Bank
189 Total References
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"We have successfully weathered the ..., 27 Sept 2015 [cached]
"We have successfully weathered the transition from virtually an open admissions school to an institution that intentionally prioritizes student success," said Pat Bosco, vice president for student life and dean of students at Kansas State.
Chapter History, 27 June 2012 [cached]
In 1970 Pat J. Bosco, initiated in December 1969, became the second member of the chapter to be elected president of the Kansas State student body.
When President Nixon gave the 4th Landon Lecture, Bosco introduced him from the speaker's table amid scattered student protests. The photos of Nixon and Bosco made the national newspapers and television news.
When Pat Bosco graduated in 1971, he began his lifelong career as an administrator at Kansas State. He also took time to serve as chapter advisor. Under his inspired guidance, and with the help of effective alumni corporation boards, the chapter grew stronger and provided an increased level of recognition to leading members.
Dr. Pat Bosco volunteered as the national fraternity's leadership director. For a decade, starting in 1978, he wrote a regular column on the subject for the national magazine, facilitated training sessions, led seminars and gave talks on leadership.
At the national convention in 1983, both Bosco and Loren Mall, who was then ending four years as president of the national fraternity, were awarded the Harvey Hebert leadership medal by ?SF.
At Dr. Bosco's suggestion, Alpha Upsilon started an annual telefund in 1983 to increase alumni contributions, using the money to upgrade the chapter house.
After 33 years as a top official at K-State, Dr. Pat Bosco's welcoming and supportive nature permeated the entire college community, maintaining its place as one of the friendliest schools in the United States. KSU students funded a courtyard outside the student union in 2004 and named it the Pat J. Bosco Student Plaza, just one of his many honors.
Dr. Pat Bosco was promoted to Vice President of Student Life and Dean of Students in 2008.
Board of Directors, 19 Mar 2013 [cached]
Pat Bosco Kansas State University
Pat Bosco Vice President Student Life & Dean of Students Kansas State University
Dr. Pat Bosco was promoted to Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students at Kansas State University in July 2008. He is an Associate Professor (adjunct) in the Department of Educational Administration and Leadership, College of Education, and has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in the areas of higher education administration, leadership and volunteerism at K-State for the past 25 years.
Dr. Bosco received his Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Kansas State University in 1971; a Master of Science in Educational Administration from K-State in 1973; and his Doctorate in Higher Education from the University of Nebraska in 1982.
Dr. Bosco is founder and director of the Center for Leadership Development, a nonprofit consulting agency that provides services to business and government institutions, community agendas, national leadership groups, and colleges and universities.
Dr. Bosco has volunteered in community youth activities for over 35 years. His summer baseball and softball teams have won state of Kansas championships (Valentino's in 1989; McDonald's Bullets in 1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001 and 2002), possibly the only coach in the state to have such a distinction.
Pat J. ..., 22 July 2008 [cached]
Pat J. Bosco
Pat Bosco sga national leadership conference founder The Center for Leadership Development Incorporated, sponsor of this annual event, offers unique affordable programs for today's leaders. Pat J. Bosco, Ph.D., founder of the Center and Kansas State University Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students, has over 40 years of experience in leadership training, student government advising, college marketing, enrollment management, campus union programming, residence hall staff training and Greek affairs in both a community college and major university setting. His demonstrated commitment to these areas is expressed in the many keynotes, workshops, conferences and consulting opportunities he engages in each year. He will be joined by successful student leaders, faculty members and administrators from throughout the country.
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Chicago Tribune | Embracing the Greek Life. Or Not. | Greek Life Pros and Cons | Should I Join A Fraternity or Sorority?, 7 Aug 2013 [cached]
"I'd be hard-pressed to come up with a business, an organization, a government agency that's as maligned as fraternities or sororities," said Pat J. Bosco, vice president for student life/dean of students at Kansas State University.
"For the most part these are incredibly dynamic organizations that serve some awfully good purposes on campus--and can do more," Bosco said.
"If you check out most websites of Greek affairs offices on college campuses, they're very straightforward on pricing and financial expectations," Bosco said.
Better numbers: Bosco said that students belonging to fraternities and sororities generally have higher grade-point averages than the rest of the student body (though other factors may be a factor). They also have higher freshman and sophomore retention rates and more service hours, Bosco noted.
As for the time commitment, Bosco suggested that incoming freshmen decrease their course loads their first semester.
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