The Division of Student Affairs is dedicated to transforming our students into globally aware, productive citizens who are life-long learners with the ability to work globally. We will accomplish this transformation in a learning environment that provides memorable, high quality experiences designed to enhance intellectual curiosity and to nurture personal and interpersonal growth.
The Division of Student Affairs, through teamwork, collaboration, innovation and excellence, delivers comprehensive co-curricular services designed to enhance campus life, increase student retention and graduation rates, prepare students for their careers, stimulate higher academic achievement and inspire meaningful community involvement.
Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs
The Division of Student Affairs is organized to provide comprehensive programs and services to undergraduate and graduate students, including approximately 3,000 residential students. These programs and services are intended to enhance campus life and enrich the academic programs of the University.
Reporting to the Vice President for Student Affairs are an Associate Vice President (who oversees "campus life") as well as two deans who administer offices that encompass a broad spectrum of student life issues ranging from enrollment and financial aid through housing, health-care needs and co-curricular programming.
Offices Reporting to the Vice President:
- Athletics and Recreational Programs
- NCAA Division III Sports
- Club Sports
- Dean of Students
- Coordinated Actions to Retain and Educate (CARE) Program
- Career Center
- Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Program
- Event Services and Campus Center Operations
- Free To Be
- Residential Life
- Student Development
- Student Rights and Responsibilities
- Veteran Affairs
- Wellness Center
- Enrollment Management
- Financial Aid