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Student Affairs provides collaborative, innovative, and evidence-informed programs and services that facilitates student academic success along with personal and professional development. We commit ourselves to fostering civic responsibility in students and prepare them to be effective leaders in a complex world.
STUDENT AFFAIRS CORE VALUES
The Student Affairs division embodies four values – Collaboration, Responsibility, Engagement, and Experience.
Students will collaborate with other students, faculty, staff, and civic leaders. Student Affairs staff will collaborate with these constituents to create and implement inventive programs and services that develop student success, help them achieve their learning goals, and expose them to diverse and global cultures.
Students will be responsible for their learning and community. Student Affairs staff will be responsible for supporting student learning and contributing to a safe and healthy campus environment.
Students will be engaged with the institution, learning, other students, and the community. Student Affairs staff will engage students and the community by providing programs and services that promote student curricular, co-curricular, and civic engagement.
Students will gain reflective experience in and outside the classroom. A highly experienced and dedicated Student Affairs staff will offer, foster, and validate experiential learning opportunities for students.