Dr. Denise C. Lagos is a Senior Professor of English/English as a Second Language at Union County College. She has been teaching at the College since 1980. As a language educator, Dr. Lagos has helped thousands of students through Union County College as English as a Second Language Coordinator for the Cranford Campus. She is advisor and editor to The Foreign Student Voice, Union’s literary publication Her degrees include a Bachelor of Arts from Fairleigh Dickinson University, Master of Arts in Teaching from Montclair State College, Master of Arts in Reading from Rutgers, Master of Arts in Administration and Supervision of Higher Education from Rutgers University, and a Master of Arts in English Literature from Drew University. Her Doctorate Degree in Language Education is from Rutgers University.
Union County College has a remarkable history as New Jersey’s first community college. We are known for excellence among regional colleges and universities.