Assistant Director Campus Programming
Craig Lutz is the Assistant Director of Student Activities and advises Appalachian Popular Programming Society (APPS), a club of over 200 students who bring speakers and entertainers to campus. He directly advising the APPS Executive Council and Main Stage Council. Craig sees his role as an adviser who helps students find their personal voice as a leader and empowers them to create change within their organizations, campus, and community.
Craig comes from a background in student programming from Columbia College, Brown University, and The College of Wooster. Craig also has experience in Residential Life at Brandeis University as well as working with Fraternity and Sorority Life at The College of Wooster and Brandeis.
At Winthrop University, Craig received a Bachelors of Arts in Political Science and completed a Masters of Education in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis from The University of Missouri, Kansas City.