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Jenni R. Herrick

Student Accessibility Services Coordinator


SSC Student Support


(414) 410-4828


BH Bonaventure Hall 1071


Box 511


Jenni Herrick has been learning and working on college campuses for over 20 years. As a proven higher education professional, Jenni has focused her career on directly supporting college student success and ensuring that students have a positive university experience. Jenni has a wide knowledge of, and a deep commitment to, college student success as well as extensive experience teaching, advising, mentoring, and leading diverse students in ways that cultivate a welcoming and inclusive campus community. 

In her role as Accessibility Services Coordinator, Jenni is dedicated to living out the University’s Franciscan values through the development of individualized learning plans that help every Stritch student succeed. She empowers students with disabilities to actively participate in every aspect of academic and campus life.

Jenni received a bachelor’s degree from UW-La Crosse with a double major in Sociology and Psychology. She earned a master’s degree in Higher Education/Student Affairs Administration from Ball State University.


  • B.A., Univ of Wisconsin-La Crosse
  • M.A., Ball State University

Why Stritch?

"Stritch is a special place that will open up new worlds and new perspectives, and I have seen first-hand the life-changing power of higher education. I spent the first ten years of my career at Stritch as the Director of Student Leadership and Involvement, where I was lucky enough to work with amazing student leaders, develop student-led initiatives that improved the Stritch experience, and create experiential learning opportunities for students. After working at other institutions, I chose to return to Stritch because of the welcoming campus community that is centered around our four Franciscan values. I am deeply inspired by the social justice mission of the institution and excited for the opportunity to work with Stritch students to ensure that everyone has access to high-quality, transformative learning experiences throughout their time in college."

- Jenni R. Herrick