Charles J. Haberle
Charles J. Haberle is assistant vice president for academic affairs, academic facilities and technology planning. He has served as assistant vice president at Providence College since 1999. Previously, he served as associate dean of undergraduate studies at PC from 1995-99.
Haberle’s responsibilities include academic facilities, instructional and administrative technology, and budgetary guidance to the more than 70 organizations within academic affairs.
Haberle also oversees several units within academic affairs, including Academic Media Services, the Instructional Technology Development Program, the Center for International Studies, the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies, and the Office of Enrollment Services. A leader of numerous academic technological improvements at the College, he helped direct the implementation of the College’s Banner administrative system and the adoption of the College’s Learning Management System.
The editor of the College’s Guide for Academic Department Chairs and Program Directors, Haberle collaborates on the annual orientation for new department chairs and program directors. He also co-chaired the Academic Affairs Department Chair/Program Director Task Force through a critical 17-month campus-wide review and discussion of the chair role.
An integral member of several College committees, including the Core Curriculum Administrative Implementation Team and the Undergraduate Research Committee, Haberle co-chaired the Academic Affairs Reorganization Transition Team, which facilitated the formation of the Schools of Arts and Sciences and Professional Studies.
Away from PC, Haberle has served on the board of directors for the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA), as chair of NACADA’s Technology in Advising Commission, and as a member of the association’s Awards and Finance Committees. For his efforts, Haberle was recognized with the organization’s Service to Commission Award.
Haberle earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s degree in counseling in higher education from the University of Rhode Island. Prior to coming to Providence College, he served as an academic advisor and in advising administration at Northeastern University.