Pat J. Bosco

Vice President of Student Life at Kansas State Athletics

1310 Research Park Dr., Manhattan, Kansas, United States
Kansas State Athletics
HQ Phone:
(785) 532-0163
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Last Updated 11/9/2017

General Information

Employment History

Vice President of Student Life  - Kansas State University



Bachelor of Science  - Elementary Education , Kansas State University

Doctorate  - Higher Education , University of Nebraska

Master of Science  - Educational Administration , Kansas State Bank

associate's degree  - Onondago Community College


Member  - Parents and Family Association

Founder  - Kansas State University Vice President for Student Life

Member of Phi Delta Kappa and the Greek Honorary Order  - Delta Sigma Phi

Dean of Student Life and Member  - Bob's Birdies

Honorary Member  - Mortar Board Inc

Honorary Member  - Blue Key

Honorary Member  - Golden Key

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Vice President of Student Life; Dean of Students

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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.

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