2017-2018 Catalog 
  
    Apr 24, 2018  
2017-2018 Catalog

Student Affairs and Non-Academic Regulations


Student Affairs

The Division of Student Affairs provides a wide variety of support and co-curricular learning opportunities through formal and informal programs and services. Each Student Affairs office is staffed with professionals educated and skilled at assisting students to pursue a broad liberal arts education. Most Student Affairs staff members hold at least a master’s degree in student development or a related field. Student Affairs offices include Residential Life, Public Safety, Career Services, Counseling Services, Multicultural Student Affairs, Student Conduct, Student Health Services, Service Learning, Student Involvement(Fraternity/Sorority Life, Leadership Development, New Student Orientation, the Campus Center and Student Activities), the Women’s Resource Center, the Spectrum Resource Center (LGBTIQ) and Student Government (WCSA).

The Student Handbook

The Student Handbook includes a listing of academic and non-academic regulations and policies (Code of Conduct) and highlights some University offices and services important to students. The Handbook is posted on the University’s website each fall and updated as needed during the course of the academic year. The handbook supplements the University’s Catalog as the official statement of nonacademic policies and procedures. All students are responsible for becoming familiar with the University policies outlined in these publications. Any changes in University rules and regulations within the academic year that are covered in the Student Handbook/Code of Conduct will be shared with the campus community through official University notification.