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student affairs assumptions beliefs values
Student Affairs Assumptions, Beliefs & Values

1987 A Perspective of Student Affairs assumptions, beliefs and values of Student Affairs

“The Academic mission of the institution is preeminent; each student is unique; each person has worth, dignity; bigotry cannot be tolerated; feelings affect thinking and learning; student involvement enhances learning; personal circumstances affect learning; out of class environments affect learning; a supportive and friendly community life helps students learn; freedom to doubt and question must be guaranteed; effective citizenship should be taught and students are responsible for their own lives.”

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Vice President for Student Affairs

Thomas Dougan

Executive Assistant

Carol L. Pegg

Asst. Vice President/Director – HRL

Chip Yensan

Asst. Vice President/Dean of Students

Jason Pina

Housing and Residential Life

Office of

Student Life

Director

Dining Services

Steve Mello

Director

Career Services

Bobbi Koppel

Director

Memorial Union

Bruce Hamilton

Director

Counseling Center

Robert Samuels

Director

Health Services

Chad Henderson

Director

Talent Development

Gerald Williams

Administrator

Bookstore

Paul Whitney

Manager

Conference Office

Joe Pittle

Director

Recreational Services

Jodi Hawkins

current capital projects
Current Capital Projects
  • Hillside Residence Hall

Scheduled Open - August 27, 2012

  • Roger Williams Fitness-Wellness Center
  • Butterfield Dining Hall Addition
  • Eight New Student Recreation Fields, 4 with lights
  • Leadership Pavilion - Climbing Wall

Almost 200 Million Dollars Capital Improvements last 10 years

programming highlights
Programming Highlights
  • Career Services RhodyNet
  • Living, Learning Communities
      • Engineering - Tucker and Merrow
      • Nursing - Peck and Hutchinson (with some in Bressler)
      • HSS - Butterfield
      • A&S/Harrington School - Weldin
      • Undeclared/UC - Barlow
      • CELS - Browning

New 2012/13 LLCs:

      • Nursing/Pharmacy - Hillside and Bressler
      • Engineering - Expanded to three residence halls in the Hope Quad
      • Global Interests Theme Community - to start 12/13 in Hillside Hall
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Dartmouth Substance Abuse Project

  • Web based University-wide Calendar of Events
  • Electronic Signage – Memorial Union
  • New Office of Civility
  • Diversity Fund
  • Non-Alcoholic Events
student conduct 2010 2011
Student Conduct2010 - 2011

FALL 2010FALL 2011

Total Cases 1277 1743

Alcohol & Drugs 506 556

Proximity Alcohol & Drugs 707 837

September 472 751

October 309 518

November 287 320

December 209 154 (some not resolved)

weekend programming
Weekend Programming
  • 125 Student Organizations
  • $800,000 Programming Dollars
  • Approximately 50% of our undergraduates live off campus
  • No college town weekend entertainment
  • Commitment funding weekend programming and support facilities - UConn
  • Survey resident students this Spring about programming preferences