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Student Affairs New Faculty Orientation August 24, 2010. Dr. Esther Perález Vice President for Student Affairs. Student Affairs Mission Statement.

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Student AffairsNew Faculty OrientationAugust 24, 2010

Dr. Esther Perález

Vice President for Student Affairs

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Student AffairsMission Statement

Student Affairs is committed to guiding students as they develop the values of civility, respect and character, while also fostering self-awareness, global citizenship and social responsibility.

We seek to instill these values to enhance academic success and promote the growth of leaders through divisional programs, services, and individual mentoring.

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21st Century Realities

  • Global Literacy

  • Accelerated Technology

  • Social Ethics & Social Responsibility

  • Multicultural Communities & Organizations

  • Understanding of Teamwork in Organizations

  • Well-developed Communication Skills

    Harper, S.R. (2008). Creating Inclusive Campus Environments for Cross-Cultural Learning and Student Engagement. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators.

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Student Development

  • Center for Multicultural Education

  • Career & Leadership Development

  • International Student Services

  • Residential Life

  • Student Life

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Student Academic Support Services

  • Center for Academic Support

    • Tutoring

    • Supplemental Instruction

    • Study Groups

  • Testing & Assessment

  • Student Success Center

    • Academic Advising

    • Retention Programs

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Health & Wellness

  • Counseling Center

  • Employee Assistance Program

  • Disability Services

  • Esry Student Health Center

  • Recreation Services

    • Intramurals

    • Fitness Center

    • Special Events

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Student Services

  • Blum Union

  • Judicial Affairs

  • Greek Life

  • Student Government Assn

  • Special Events/Programs

    • Homecoming/Family Day

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Purpose of the Student Conduct Process

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Student Conduct Process

What happens if a student violates the code of conduct?

Incident Report

  • Can be from the University Police or Residential Life Staff

  • Or, a report by faculty or staff ( and go to “early intervention.” You can report either an academic issue such as missed classes or a disciplinary concern.)

  • Documentation of the alleged violation

    Conduct Hearing (Informal Disposition or Formal Hearing)

  • Conducted by Resident Hall Director or Campus Conduct Administrator

    Possible Sanctions (if found responsible)

  • Warning

  • University Probation

  • Suspension or Expulsion

    Educational Outcome (if found responsible)

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How Faculty Can Be Involved in Student Affairs

  • Serve as a Faculty Mentor in Housing

    • Contact Sean O’Reilly at 383-7104

  • Serve as a Club or Organization Advisor

    • Contact Tay Triggs at 271-4150

  • Collaborate on Event Planning

  • Serve on a Student Affairs Committee

    • International Student Advisory Council

    • Committee to Address Struggling Students (CASS)

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Student AffairsOffice Locations

Vice President for Student Affairs—Blum 228

Advising/Student Success Center—Eder 209

Counseling Center—Eder 203

Disability Services—Eder 203

Testing—Eder 203

Career & Leadership Development—Eder 202

Student Employment—Eder 202

International Student Services—Blum 210

Nontraditional Student Services—Eder 200

Center for Academic Support—Hearnes 213

Recreation Services—Looney Complex

Fitness Center—Baker Family Fitness Center

Student Health Services—Blum 203

Center for Multicultural Education—Blum 210

Center for Student Engagement—Blum 207

Judicial Affairs—Blum 228

Housing & Residential Life—Commons Building

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Dr. Esther PerálezVice President for Student AffairsMissouri Western State UniversityBlum 228 Phone: [email protected]