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Division of Student Affairs

Reminder – Alcohol Edu & Haven are required for all incoming freshman and transfer students under the age of 24 

Congratulations to our 2014 Staff Award Recipients Ellen Kilgore and Rhonda Kalil!

 

What is the value of a college education today? 
Read College Unbound and participate in the discussion on July 30th.
All SALT members and New Professionals are invited.

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The Division of Student Affairs (One Vision, One Goal, One Team)  is dedicated to the facilitation of the cultural, social, emotional, physical, ethical and intellectual development of all students so that they may become responsible and effective individuals.

As educators,
the student affairs staff works to design active learning environments, offer quality services, provide diverse experiences and teach skills that enable students to develop personal value systems, explore, build and maintain healthy interpersonal relationships, discover the responsibilities of community memberships, promote their emotional and physical well-being and accept responsibility for their own development.

These goals
are the basis for a student affairs curriculum, which parallels and reinforces the academic curriculum. The division recognizes that the purpose of a liberal arts and sciences education is best met when both the student affairs curriculum and academic curriculum are strong. 

  

Jeri O. Cabot is
Interim Executive Vice President for Student Affairs
and Dean of Students

 Dean Jeri O. Cabot

Jeri Cabot is available at:
843.953.5522
Cabotj@cofc.edu

 

 

 

 

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