Student Affairs

Kristin DiBiase

Kristin DiBiase

Associate Dean for Student Affairs

 206-398-4307

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 Sullivan Hall 210E

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Kristin N. DiBiase (she/her) has been empowering students in higher education for over 15 years. After earning her J.D. with a concentration in Alternative Dispute Resolution from Valparaiso University, she worked in academic and membership affairs for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) for more than a decade, analyzing student academic progress, developing learning strategies and educational programming, and advocating for students with disabilities.

She then returned to legal education, working as Associate Director of Academic and Bar Success at Indiana University McKinney School of Law and founding a coaching and consulting service for underrepresented pre-law and law students, and students and attorneys with ADHD.

In 2021, Kristin was appointed Associate Dean for Student Affairs at Seattle University School of Law. In that role, she has oversight of the offices of admissions, student financial services, student life, and the registrar. She also manages disability services, student advising, student conduct and care, orientation, and commencement.

Dean DiBiase is a professional member of the Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD), American Bar Association (ABA), Association of Academic Support Educators (AASE), ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO), Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA), and Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD). Outside of her work with students, she enjoys singing and moviegoing, and is a major Disney fan. She and her husband are the proud pet parents of a normal-size cat and a gigantic dog.

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Tony Vo

Tony Vo

Assistant Director, Admission & Student Life

 206-398-4206

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 Sullivan Hall 209I

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Tony is primarily responsible for assisting law student organizations with the planning and execution of special events. He is also involved in numerous student development initiatives at the law school. Tony also serves as a member of the Admission team, evaluating applications to the law school and recommending candidates for admission. Tony grew up in White Center, Washington and is a graduate of Seattle University’s Doctorate in Educational and Organizational Learning and Leadership program.