About Student Affairs
Life Outside the Classroom? That is Student Affairs.
The Division of Student Affairs
- facilitates student development,
- offers educational programs and learning opportunities,
- promotes a campus environment of growth and discovery,
- and provides health and counseling services.
Student Affairs is composed of numerous departments located throughout campus.
Look at the number of lives that we touch. That is truly amazing.
Please visit our websites for more information:
- Absence Memo
- Campus Recreation Services
- Career Center 8 is the number of different topics that the Career Center is presenting on in the Cougar Career Workshop Series.
- Civic Engagement
- Counseling and Substance Abuse Services 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
- Disability Services 75 volunteer students are serving as note takers serving the 90 students that are receiving peer notes
- Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life Our Fraternity and Sorority Life Organizations completed upwards of 31,260 hours on 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 and Housing 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 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.
- Office of Victim Services (OVS)