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Jennifer Hulehan

Jennifer B. Hulehan

Dean, Academic and Career Foundations Division and Arts and Sciences Division


Jennifer Hulehan has 17 years of experience in higher education, specifically in student success, education, and teaching and learning.

In her current role at Tri-County, Hulehan supervises and directs the activities of 77 faculty and staff members in the Arts and Sciences Division, which is comprised of five departments: English, Humanities, Mathematics, Science and Social Sciences. She also oversees the Academic and Career Foundations Division, which is responsible for developing coursework and pathways to prepare students for college and career success. This includes developmental and transitional math, English and reading courses, and courses in college, career and life skills. Additionally, she oversees I-BEST (Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training), a nationally-recognized workforce development program that can be completed in as few as 14 weeks. The goal of I-BEST is to help students successfully transition from where they are to where they want to be.

Hulehan teaches three courses: College Skills, Freshman Seminar and English. Outside of Tri-County, she represents Ward 3 on the Simpsonville City Council.

Hulehan has both a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Master of Arts degree in English from Winthrop University.