Division of Student Affairs
We, the Student Affairs Staff, are here to serve you!
(l to r) College staffers Dylan Mazelis ’15, Alicia Caudill, Lauren Sottile and Bucky Buchanan ’08
on the campus of Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas.
Read more about "Student Affairs Leader (Alicia Caudill) Directs Conference for Young Professionals"
in The COLLEGE TODAY, 21 June 2016
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Student Affairs is a Division that fulfills its Mission to the Students through its numerous departments.
Our Mission? We are dedicated to facilitating the cultural, social, emotional, physical, ethical and intellectual development of all students so that they may become responsible and effective individuals. The Division of Student Affairs is dedicated to the development of all students that they may be responsible, respectful and effective individuals.
What do we do? - We are campus life outside the classroom. We support the academic mission and enhance classroom experiences with additional services, programs and activities.
Our Values? We value the holistic development of our students and their growth as globally-minded individuals through experiential learning, as well as the modeling of ethical behavior and accountability.
The Division of Student Affairs staff members abide completely the the College of Charleston Ethics Policy.
On March 8, the College revised its Ethics Policy. All members of our campus community are responsible for complying with the College’s Ethics Policy. Please carefully review the following policy:
9.1.9 Ethics Policy (http://policy.cofc.edu/documents/9.1.9.pdf)
It is the Policy of the College that all members of the College Community act in a manner
that, at a minimum, is consistent with all controlling laws and to otherwise conduct
themselves with honesty, fairness, transparency, and respect for the rights of others.
The College of Charleston takes its reputation for integrity very seriously. Board members,
faculty, staff, students, and even vendors have a responsibility to maintain the highest
legal and ethical standards. Covered Persons shall treat each other with civility and
respect. Honest discourse, fair comment and tolerance for the views of others are
expected in a community of scholars and are integral to the proper functioning of an
institution of higher education. Section 5.1 General Principles of the College of Charleston Ethics Policy 3/8/2016
- Absence Memo
- Campus Recreation - Opportunities for a lifetime of healthy recreational activities and new friends
- Career Center
- Center for Civic Engagement and Center for Civic Engagement blog - Developing a passion for positive social change
- Counseling and Substance Abuse
- - Did you know?....CASAS saw approximately 1,400 students last year. Those students rated their satisfaction with counselors helping them reach their goals at a 3.6 out of 4.
- Dean of Students and Honor System
- Disability Services
- 75 volunteer students serve as note takers for the 90 students that are receiving peer notes
- Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life - Building leaders, scholars and lifelong friends.
- Our Fraternity and Sorority Life Organizations completed approximately 31,260 hours of community service and raised more than $292,000 for local and national charities.
- Higdon Student Leadership Center
- 1,042 students were involved in the Higdon Leadership Center programs
- Multicultural Student Programs and Services
- SafeZone, has trained 235 allies to help create and maintain a safe and inclusive campus environment regardless of their gender identity, expression or sexual orientation.
- Residence Life
- Over 500 students attended Residence Life’s Safe Spring Break Program last year.
- Student Health Services
- 17,431 patient visits for Student Health Services had last year
- Student Life - Boundless Opportunities!
- Student Life kicked off the academic year with the 6th annual Georgestock and provided over 3,500 students with a night of music, dancing and novelty entertainment.
- Upward Bound and Pre-College Programs
- Over 100 people attended Upward Bound’s “Preparing Your Child to be A Citizen of the World” last academic year.