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SHC Provost Meets Students, Talks Changes


“I’ve really enjoyed getting to know so many of the athletes and so many students who are passionate about so many things,” Cantor said.

Despite her short time here, Cantor has engaged with students and fulfilled requests such as implementing longer library hours. She also started sending out weekly emails with campus updates to improve communication.

“One of my favorite things Dr. Cantor already started doing is consistently eating in the caf for common hour,” said SGA president
Luly Tuñón. “She’s smiling, introducing herself to students, and making it known to us that she is approachable.”

Dr. Cantor works behind the scenes to ensure Spring Hill students get the most out of their Jesuit Education. One of Dr. Cantor’s responsibilities as Provost is not just listening to faculty, but also to students. “As Provost I oversee all of the academic areas of the institution,” said Cantor. “All of the faculty report to me and also libraries and the registrar’s office.” Cantor said she plans to assess the college before making any major changes to Spring Hill’s academics.

Cantor’s background includes a personal connection with Jesuit education. She attended two Jesuit institutions, including Fairfield University and Loyola Marymount University. “It’s been a passion of mine ever since,” Cantor said. She joined SHC from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia.

She has published two books and several journal articles. To learn more about Spring Hill’s academic programs, visit To watch the video story go to

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