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St. Joseph’s College of Nursing Promotes Three Staff Members

SYRACUSE – St. Joseph’s College of Nursing has promoted three staff members: Loretta Quigley has been promoted to academic dean; Rhonda Reader has been promoted to associate dean for enrollment and institutional effectiveness; and Felicia Corp has been promoted to coordinator for admissions and recruitment.

As academic dean, Quigley will oversee all major academic operations of the college of nursing, including curriculums, faculty, staff and students. A resident of Syracuse, Quigley was most recently an associate dean at the college of nursing. She holds a master’s degree in nursing and a certificate in nursing administration from Syracuse University, as well as a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Villanova University. She is a member of the advisory boards of St. Elizabeth’s School of Nursing and the CNY Eye and Tissue Bank.

As associate dean, Reader will be responsible for coordination and oversight of recruitment, admission and financial aid activities for the college. She will coordinate the assessment of overall institutional effectiveness, including strategic planning, student learning and accreditation processes. Most recently serving as assistant dean for admissions, Reader holds a master’s degree in nursing from Syracuse University, a bachelor’s degree in nursing from SUNY Institute of Technology and is a doctoral student at the School of Health Sciences at The Sage Colleges, Albany. She is a resident of East Syracuse.

As coordinator for admissions and recruitment, Corp will be responsible for identifying and initiating activities and processes directly related to recruitment and admission of students, including high school visits, college fairs and pre-admission visits. Most recently a college of nursing admissions recruiter, she graduated from Niagara University with a bachelor’s of science degree in nursing. She resides in Baldwinsville.

St. Joseph’s College of Nursing provides an associate degree in applied science with a major in nursing. A Dual Degree Partnership in Nursing (DDPN), held in conjunction with Le Moyne College, allows high school graduates to earn both associate and bachelor’s degrees in nursing in four years and to sit for the national nursing licensing exam after just three years.

St. Joseph’s College of Nursing is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC), and is a Candidate for Accreditation through Middle States Commission on Higher Education. For more information, visit or call 315-448-5040.