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Geoffrey Herzog
Geoff Herzog

AdmissionsEnrollment ManagementAssistant Director for Transfer Services and International RecruitmentCrawford-Zimmerman Building, Enrollment Management Suite803-533-3601 or 803-378-4743

Geoff Herzog

Herzog's role at SC State consists of: making sure transfer credits are given to students for previous college studies, assisting and getting assistance from department chairs in the transfer articulation process, interfacing with two-year colleges and other entities with events for outreach to prospective transfer students, and developing, coordinating and executing new strategies for international recruitment of students while interfacing with appropriate U.S. Government agencies. The most important part of what Herzog does is making sure transfer and international students feel comfortable and happy with their decisions to attend SC State.


  • B.A. in English Language Arts, 2011, School of Arts & Sciences of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.


Herzog started working at SC State in August of 2022. After starting his professional life working with grassroots organizations providing solidarity to people's organizations in El Salvador from the northeastern United States, he worked in El Salvador for 13 years, supporting processes to defend human, social and economic rights, promote local community development and leadership development initiatives.  From 2012-2016, I worked for the Solidarity Center of the AFL-CIO as Country Program Director for the Dominican Republic and Haiti, supporting democratic labor unions, immigrants and the descendants of Haitian immigrant workers. His labors in the past few years include working as Campaign Manager for an independent candidate for Governor of NJ, working with farmworkers in the Hudson Valley of New York and the Orangeburg-based non-profit, the Center for Creative Partnerships.

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Herzog's pastimes include writing, playing the guitar, spending time with his two adult daughters, walking through the Edisto Gardens with the mixed terrier that adopted him in October of 2021 and learning new languages and about diverse cultures.