Executive Vice President for Student Life
Reverend Sean M. Hogan, C.S.Sp.
As executive vice president for Student Life, the Rev. Sean Hogan, C.S.Sp., oversees a staff that is dedicated to helping students grow in moral, spiritual and academic values.
A familiar face at Duquesne for the past 30 years, the Rev. Hogan’s name was further ingrained at Duquesne when the Sean Hogan Student Dining Center was named in his honor on April 27, 2001.
Father Hogan arrived at Duquesne from Kenya in 1975 to complete his graduate studies.
- In 1980, he was appointed associate director of development and worked on the first capital campaign for the School of Law.
- Two years later, he became the inaugural director of the Office of International Education.
- In 1988, Hogan was appointed vice president for Student Life, and in 1991, promoted to executive vice president for Student Life.
Honored and Appreciated
Rev. Sean M. Hogan Endowed Scholarship was established in 2001 by alumni Don and Terri Hastings for Hogan’s 60th birthday.
More than 300 well-wishers honored Hogan, on his 65th birthday with an Irish celebration benefit dinner in 2006. On that occasion, Mary McIntyre, assistant to President Dougherty said:
“Father Hogan has touched so many lives. He has shared weddings, baptisms and many happy occasions; he has been there to comfort the sick and console those who have lost loved ones—always so very generously giving of his time.”
Read Fr. Hogan's complete biography.