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Student Affairs

Who is Student Affairs?
2014 Organizational Chart

Students at a Multicultural Affairs gathering

Orientation Leaders gather for a quick photo

Silent Witness Form - Report a crime or harassment

Campus Safety Report

Orientation Information

2012-2013 Student Affairs Annual Report

2013-2014 Student Affairs Annual Report

Student Exit Survey

February 5, 2016
Professional Development Day- Student Schedule
There are no classes on 2/5/16 so faculty, staff and students may participate.  Student activities run from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Student Affairs is the Division of the University that oversees all areas of the student's experience with special emphasis on educational and social experiences outside the classroom. Promoting student growth and development while at the University is one of our most important responsibilities.

The Office of Student Affairs...

  • serves as a clearinghouse for student concerns
  • assists students with personal situations
  • serves as a student advocate
  • provides information on college scholarships
  • works with all areas of the campus to promote student development and success
  • is a place to lodge a complaint or share concerns about any issue involving the university
  • is a place to obtain information for a leave of absence, withdrawal from college, or reinstatement
  • is a place to obtain a verification for absence from class
  • is actively involved in the development of the campus orientation programs
  • oversees the college judicial system
  • is actively involved in developing and updating college policies

Student Handbook
2015-2016 Guide

Do Not Release Directory Information form:
"The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974"
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Information about FERPA
"The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974" (FERPA)
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