Sam Kwapong, M.C.E.

Adjunct Professor, Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership


I joined Point Loma Nazarene University as the Director of Multicultural and International Students Services in 2014. I have over 10 years of experience within different departments in higher education, ranging from Academic Affairs to Student Development/Affairs. I served as the housing Coordinator for the EAP program at Western Connecticut State University before moving to the Graduate Registrar’s office at Azusa Pacific University. At APU, I served as the Transcripts Coordinator, evaluating and assessing transcripts for the entire graduate program. I also served as an instructor for the International Center’s Leadership Scholarship program. I have also served as the Veterans Affairs certifying officer at Caldwell University in Caldwell, NJ. As a native of Ghana and a former international student, I leverage my experiences and knowledge of the US immigration system to assist students in their visa application. I have lived throughout the United States due to my background in the military. I encountered different cultures and have learned how to thrive in a multicultural environment. This makes my job as the director of Multicultural and International Student Services that much more fulfilling. I am currently working on completing my dissertation proposal in higher education leadership. I have been an adjunct professor at PLNU for about a year now and I am very excited to be taking on this journey with you. My office is on the main Point Loma Campus in Bond Academic Building and I am there for most of the time. Please if you need to meet up and talk, make an appointment by emailing me three available options.