Student Affairs is the essential resource and trusted leader for the delivery of co-curricular programs, services, and information to all students and other members of the University community.
Student Affairs provides leadership and direction for 20 functional areas, 85 professional and support staff members, and 200 student employees.
Departments and services include:
Alcohol & Other Drug Education;
Center for Academic Success (CCHC);
Commuter, Graduate, & Transfer Programs and Services;
Counseling & Health;
Fraternity & Sorority Life;
Health Insurance & Immunization Programs;
International Students & Scholars Services;
Multicultural Education & Outreach;
New Student & Family Programs;
Student Conduct & Community Standards;
Student Counseling Center (CCHC);
Student Leadership Development;
University Student Life (CCHC); and
Victim Support and Intervention Services.