Jesse Rine

Associate Professor and Program Director
School of Education
Department of Educational Foundations & Leadership

412A Canevin
Phone: 412.396.2592


Ph.D., Major: Higher Education; Minor: Social Foundations of Education, University of Virginia, 2010
M.A.T., Major: Latin, Washington University in St. Louis, 2004
B.A., Major: Christian Thought; Minor: Interdisciplinary Classics, Grove City College, 2001

Dr. P. Jesse Rine is the Director of the M.S. Program in Higher Education Administration. Dr. Rine previously directed the research programs of two national higher education associations, the Council of Independent Colleges and the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, and also served as Assistant Provost at Grove City College. His scholarship has been published in a number of edited volumes, research reports, and academic journals, including the Journal of College Student Development, the Journal of College & Character, Religion & Education, and Christian Higher Education. Dr. Rine's research explores institutional identity, organizational adaptation, and student outcomes in higher education, with a focus on liberal arts colleges and religiously affiliated institutions.