Vice President for CommunicationsLafayette College
- TodayJanuary 2009January 1999
Vice President for Enrollment and College RelationsDickinson College
- TodayJanuary 2008January 2007
ACE FellowHarrisburg Area Community College
- TodayJanuary 1999January 1989
Dean of EnrollmentJohns Hopkins University
- TodayJanuary 1989January 1987
Associate Vice President for Admission and Financial AidTrinity University
- TodayJanuary 1987January 1980
Associate Dean of Students and Director of Student AidUnion College
- TodayJanuary 1980January 1975
Assistant Director of Student Aid and Assistant Dean of AdmissionsColgate University
- Teachers College Of Columbia University, Columbia,Ny
Teachers College of Columbia UniversityEd.D
- TodayJanuary 1975January 1974
Student Aid CounselorColumbia University
University of RochesterBA
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An active contributor to his field, Robert Massa possesses an extensive publication history regarding matters pertaining to education. In 2010, he penned an op-ed article appearing in The New York Times entitled The Case for Early Decision, which detailed his views on early enrollment. In addition, he has written articles on scholarships and financial aid for the Journal of College Admission and an article entitled Financial Aid and Admissions: Impact, Influences, and Issues for the Journal of Student Financial Aid. Robert Massa also regularly contributes editorials regarding college admission to smaller, local news outlets.
Robert Joseph Massa holds years of professional experience in the field of education. Currently, he functions in the position of Vice President for Communications at Easton, Pennsylvania’s Lafayette College. Before that, he spent time as Vice President for Enrollment and College Relations at Dickinson College, as Dean of Enrollment at Johns Hopkins University, and as Director of Student Aid at Union College in Schenectady, New York.
Robert J. Massa earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Education at the University of Rochester. He went on to attend the Teachers College of Columbia University to earn a Master of Arts in Higher Education and a Doctor of Education.
In his spare time, Bob Massa enjoys traveling and has ventured to areas across Europe, the United States, and South America. He also maintains an interest in choral singing. A charitable contributor, Robert Massa gives to the Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition, a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating Pennsylvanians about breast cancer.