Want to find out about Homecoming events?
Feeling a little out of sorts – physically or emotionally?
Need to find out where a visiting friend can park for the weekend?
Student Affairs is the hub with the answer to all of these queries and more. Located in Siebens Forum, Student Affairs is home to a number of offices which work together to help students settle into and stay connected with their new community. They want to make sure you feel completely at home and at ease on campus.
The Office of Student Affairs houses the departments of Residence Life & Housing, Student Activities and Leadership Development, Intercultural Programs, Community Service, Outdoor Programs, Counseling, Health Services and Wellness, Career Services and Internships, Campus Security, International Student Services, Retention Services and Campus Ministry. The office is directed by the Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students.
Senior Seth Woodson capped off his stellar indoor track and field season on Saturday afternoon with his fourth-place finish at the NCAA DIII Indoor Track and Field Championships. Read more...