Christina Torian is the Associate Director of Undergraduate Student Services at the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. She serves as the contact for and liaison between deans, program directors, student support services, faculty, and the undergraduate student population of the school. Currently, she manages recruitment, admissions, and pre-advising prospective students; and is a mentor and resource to the undergraduate academic counseling staff. She is a member of the Bloustein School’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Committee, the Office of Admissions Transfer Initiatives Committee, and serves as an Academic Integrity Facilitator for the Office of Student Conduct. She is passionate about assisting adult non-traditional students with meeting their academic and professional goals.
Christina holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Tennessee State University, a historically black college and university in Nashville, TN, and a Master of Labor and Employment Relations degree from Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations.