Online Student Services Staff

Sandra ClevelandSandra Cleveland
Director of Online Student Services

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Phone: (414) 288-3155

As the Director for Online Student Services, Sandi is responsible for integrating the functions and student support structures necessary to maintain Marquette University’s tradition of quality, personal experience and Catholic Jesuit Liberal Arts values for graduate and undergraduate digital education. Additionally, she will collaborate with faculty and administrative leaders to coordinate the many services that students need to be successful in the online environment while providing access to the many and varied opportunities Marquette University offers its students.

During Sandi’s more than 25 years in higher education, she held a variety of positions at Marquette University; positions that primarily served non-traditional student populations.  Her role in the Center for Teaching and Learning will draw upon her expertise with student services and records, program development (undergraduate, graduate and continuing education), policy drafting and implementation (articulation agreements, transfer policy), and online teaching. 

Sandi has a Master of Education degree with a focus on Counseling, a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee and a Paralegal Certificate from Milwaukee Business Technical Institute.


Richard Anderson-MartinezRichard Anderson-Martinez
Coordinator of Adult Student Services

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Phone: (414) 288-8811

Richard is the Coordinator of Adult Student Services in the Center for Teaching and Learning.

Prior to joining MU, Richard was a scholar-practitioner working in student affairs as director of inclusion and access at a health sciences university in the Northeast. He served as an adjunct instructor for travel courses, leading students on immersive service experiences to communities in Latin America. He previously facilitated delivery of a digital badge program that rewarded students with demonstrated skills in cultural humility. Richard’s role draws from his experience in fostering accessible higher education environments, creating digital badge ecosystems and a broad knowledge of the changing landscape of higher education.

Richard holds an M.S.Ed. in Student Affairs Administration from the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse and a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin - Parkside.