The Assistant Deans for Student Affairs assist students in their matriculation at the university by providing an environment conducive to academic and personal growth. The Assistant Deans serve a vital role representing the division of Student Affairs within the academic colleges. Actively working with students, faculty and staff, the Assistant Deans integrate the holistic developmental philosophy of student affairs within the academic setting and engage the entire university community in academic and co-curricular learning.
The Assistant Deans for Student Affairs seek to engage members of the University in the process of student advocacy, community building and collaborative learning, thus facilitating student success.
Services that fall under the Assistant Deans include: student advocacy, leadership development, research and assessment, scholarships, student involvement, counseling and referrals, event planning, enrollment management, orientation and advising.Contact Information
- 2011 All College InterClub Council Leadership Development Learning Outcomes
- 2011 All College InterClub Council Leadership Development Retreat Evaluation
- 2011 College of Health and Human Development First Semester Transfer Students Probation Workshop
- 2011 College of Health and Human Development InterClub Council Student Learning Outcomes
- 2011 College of Health and Human Development Undeclared Pre-Nursing Students Advising Intervention Workshop
- 2011 College of Health and Human Development Undeclared Pre-Nursing Students Probation Intervention Workshop
- 2010 - 2011 College of Health and Human Development Student Success Center Usage Report
- 2010 - 2011 Mihaylo College of Business and Economics Tutoring Center Satisfaction Survey
- 2010 College of Engineering and Computer Science Scholars Walmart Semillas Grant Fall 2010 Cohort Academic Success
- 2009 - 2011 Student Usage of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Opportunity Center for Science and Mathematics majors
- 2009 Tuffywood: Tour of the Colleges Event Satisfaction Report
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