From Student Affairs is a series for discovering the roles of Student Affairs on campus as a resource for not only students but also faculty and staff. 

Graduate student Liz Marasco speaks at a rally on campus November 2017

From Student Affairs: Supporting student advocacy and civic engagement

Oct. 11, 2018

Advocacy and civic engagement can play an important role in a student’s experience. Faculty and staff can act as a key resource in helping to support and guide students.

Person holds hands together, looking outside

From Student Affairs: Supporting students of concern

Sept. 24, 2018

At times, a student may exhibit behavior that is concerning. Even if a nagging feeling in your gut is all you have to go on, pay attention to it. Get examples of concerning behavior and tips on how to help.

History class examines rare books in Norlin Library

From Student Affairs: Supporting students through adjustment

Sept. 10, 2018

No matter how it looks from the outside, adjustment is a process all students go through. CAPS shares tips for supporting someone who may be struggling to adjust.

Students sit in the grass on campus

From Student Affairs: Supporting student resiliency

Aug. 24, 2018

The Supporting Student Resiliency Professional Development Series allows faculty and staff to develop skills in areas critical to student retention and success, and possibly earn a certificate.

Angela Thieman Dino

From Student Affairs: Referring students to employment opportunities

April 26, 2018

While we want to assist students as much as possible toward their post-graduation goals, there are legal and ethical considerations when referring them to and recommending them for jobs.

Person sits at desk in open-floor office

From Student Affairs: Spring cleaning and sustainability tips

April 16, 2018

Is your office feeling cluttered? Looking to implement sustainable and environmentally friendly habits? The Environmental Center shares tips in celebration of Earth Month.

Students in computer science class

From Student Affairs: Adjusting to a new semester

Jan. 9, 2018

Counseling and Psychiatric Services offers resources and workshops to help students establish a routine, start out the semester strong and develop skills to succeed.

Staff members Alana Davis-Delaria and Eryn Elder walk on campus

Exploring Student Affairs: Services for faculty and staff

Dec. 4, 2017

In addition to providing a variety of resources and support for students, many departments within the Division of Student Affairs have services available for faculty and staff.

Philosophy professor Robert Pasnau teaching freshman seminar class Why Be Moral

Exploring Student Affairs: Resources to create an inclusive learning environment

Nov. 6, 2017

Ensuring an inclusive learning environment is critical for student success and engagement. Check out the variety of resources and trainings offered by Student Affairs throughout the year.

Students study in the Music Library during the fall semester finals week

Exploring Student Affairs: Recognizing and responding to stress

Oct. 23, 2017

As midterms approach, stress levels for students can rise. Recognize common signs, such as significant changes in behavior or appearance, and know how you might help.