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Division of Student Affairs

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Mission Statement

The Division of Student Affairs supports the University’s mission by providing inclusive co-curricular learning experiences, support, and services for our diverse student population by holistically developing students to have a purpose and positive impact in their communities.   

Our Goals are to:

  1. Support students’ holistic learning and development.
  2. Promote students’ sense of belonging.
  3. Use assessment to inform practice and make improvements.
  4. Develop student and professional staff professional competencies to respond to the changing needs of our diverse student population.

Student Affairs Learning Outcomes:

  1. Students participating in Student Affairs activities, programs, facilities, and services will attain leadership skills that support their academic and personal development.
  2. Students participating in Student Affairs activities, programs, facilities, and services will attain and apply the knowledge that will support their persistence through graduation.
  3. Students participating in Student Affairs activities, programs, facilities, and services will develop resilience and healthy life skills.
  4. Students participating in Student Affairs activities, programs, facilities, and services will recognize and appreciate differences within their own communities and of communities unlike their own

Student Affairs' Pillars

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    Student Engagement, Events, & Leadership

    Student Engagement/Events & Leadership provides students with co-curricular learning and leadership development opportunities through activities, events, student organizations, fraternity and sorority life, orientation and transition programs, and commencement which promote and enhance their student experience and provide them with a sense of belonging at the University.

    Student Engagement and Leadership is comprised of:

    Student Engagement and Leadership (SEAL)

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    Student Health & Well-Being

    The Student Health & Well-Being pillar supports student success through strategically integrated resources for total well-being. This pillar of programs and services support both the psychological and physical well-being of university students.

    This integrated well-being model creates a campus culture that values health and wellness as a key component of success for students while attending the University and in their future lives. This pillar is comprised of the following units and programs:

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    Student Life

    The Student Life pillar provides opportunities, including a broad range of programs and activities that support the social, cultural, and intellectual vitality of student life for students both off and on campus. These programs strengthen personal growth, support accountability and community standards, and enhance good citizenship development. 

    The Student Life pillar provides quality, student-focused programs and services that encourage the development of an involved and educated community. This pillar is comprised of the following units and programs:

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    Student Support & Advocacy

    The Student Support & Advocacy pillar helps students to reach their full potential while at the university by providing educational opportunities and increased cultural awareness through initiatives and services. This pillar empowers students by developing academic and social skills, fostering resilience, expanding awareness of resources, and cultivating the ability to navigate the communities in which they live and learn.

    This pillar supports the Dean’s Office with Student Affairs’ programs, including Pack CARES and Student Affairs’ Assessment, and the Disability Resource and Support Center.

    The Center of International Programs and Inclusive Excellence is the embodiment of this pillar. The Center promotes inclusive excellence through:

    The Center

Office of Student Affairs

Staff

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