Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs
The Vice President for Student Affairs was created in 1989 with William Samuel Sadler as its first Vice President. The Vice President for Student Affairs and his/her staff provide a broad range of services to the students of the College. The office has primary responsibility and concern for general student counseling, multicultural students, services for disabled and commuting students, student rights and responsibilities, organizations and activities, student government, the judicial system, the University Centers, student residences, student health and counseling needs. The staff members work closely with the faculty and administration of the College to represent student concerns to them; this office also presents academic and administrative policies to the students.
Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs. in the SCRC database.
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