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Student Development

Student Development

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Statement of Purpose of the Division of Student Development:

“The diverse departments which comprise the Office of Student Development identify their common and comprehensive purpose as fostering environments, opportunities, and interactions which encourage engaged learning and cultivate the development of healthy, reflective, empathetic, responsible, and culturally intelligent individuals; active and honorable citizens; and purposeful leaders.”

Located on the second floor the Norton Campus Center, the Student Development Office handles a host of activities and services for students. Among these responsibilities are housing, student activities, student organizations, fraternities and sororities, leadership opportunities, health concerns, personal counseling, career counseling, and academic accommodations.  It is also the location of lost and found items. This office also acts in an advisory capacity to the Honor Council. The Student Development staff works closely with the SGA in its presentation of activities, services, and programs.

The primary function of Student Development is to provide assistance, support and resources to students to enhance their college experience outside the classroom.  If you have any problems, questions, or suggestions, feel free to come by.   

The Division of Student Development comprises the offices of Career Services, Counseling & Health Services, Greek Life, Multicultural Affairs, Physical Fitness & Recreation, Quest II, Residence Life, Student Activities.