WWU vice president to retire after 23 years

Western Washington University’s Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services Eileen Coughlin will retire from her position after the 2016-2017 academic year ends.

She has held the position for 23 years after she began in 1994. She earned her psychology license in Arizona and received her doctorate in Educational Psychology.

“[I] would not trade my experiences at Western. I have focused my career on reflecting a shared strong commitment to students and to serving the important educational mission of the University. I look forward to the next year with great enthusiasm; working together we can and will make a difference for future generations under the leadership of President Randhawa,” Coughlin said in a press release.

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