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John Thomas Hogan, American college counseling administrator. Certified teacher, California; certified guidance counselor, Connecticut.


Hogan, John Thomas was born on October 26, 1943 in Pasadena, California, United States. Son of Thomas Arnold and Cecelia Mae (Young) Hogan.


Bachelor, St. John's College, Camarillo, California, 1966. Postgraduate, University California, Riverside, 1967. Postgraduate, LaVerne (California) College, 1969.

Master of Education, Boston University, 1973. Doctor of Philosophy, University Connecticut, 1980.


Social studies teacher, Pasadena Public Schools, 1968-1970;social studies teacher, Wuerzburg (Germany) American High School, 1970-1973;school counselor, Farmington (Connecticut) Public Schools, 1973-1975;career education consultant, Farmington (Connecticut) Public Schools, 1978-1979;administrative graduate assistant, U. Connecticut, Storrs, 1975-1978;counseling consultant, Regional School District 11, Chaplin, Connecticut, 1978-1979;acting associate director, Center Personal Growth, U. Connecticut, Storrs, 1979-1980;special lecturer, Providence College Graduate School, since 1982;director counseling/assistant dean student development, Providence College, since 1981. Member State Legislation Committee on Feasibility of Counselor Licensure, Providence, 1984-1985. Member school board St. Thomas School, Providence, 1983-1985.


Member National Association Student Personnel Administrators (executive board Rhode Island 1991-1992), Association University and College Counseling Center Directors, American College Personnel Association (directorate member commission on international student affairs 1983-1987), College Personnel Association Rhode Island (president 1986-1987, executive board 1981-1988).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: computers, reading, travel, fishing, cultural exchange.


Married Lorraine Frances Gersz, October 9, 1971. Children: Kathleen Anne, Maureen Regina, Ellen Mary.