Vice President of Academic Affairs
Lydia Ulatowski, Ed. M., has been appointed as the Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs (VPAA) at Niagara County Community College effective August 2018. Ulatowski, a resident of Lewiston, NY, has been serving as the Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs since 2012 but has worked at the College since 1989 in various capacities. Prior to Assistant VP, previous positions included directing high school-college concurrent enrollment initiatives, and developing and coordinating the college tutoring program. Before moving into administration, Ulatowski was an instructor of English and Business Communications at NCCC as well as at the University at Buffalo, Niagara University, and Bryant & Stratton. She also taught English as a Second Language in the Dominican Republic for four years.
As Vice President of Academic Affairs, Ulatowski is responsible for the development, implementation, oversight and assessment of all credit and non-credit academic programs. The VPAA also oversees articulation agreements, academic grants, faculty evaluations, college catalog, library services, faculty resource center, tutoring, e-learning and instructional technology services, student academic progress, and Workforce Development.
Ulatowski earned her bachelor’s degree in English from State University College at Fredonia and her master’s degree in education/counseling from Niagara University. In March 2021, Ulatowski was appointed Vice President of Academic Affairs.