Division of Student Life and Development
The faculty and staff in the Division of Student Life and Development assist students in gaining the most from their collegiate experience. Because learning is a campus-wide experience, we are committed to providing positive, enriched environments so students can succeed inside and outside of the classroom. By becoming fully engaged in both academic studies and campus life, students gain a greater understanding of themselves, their beliefs and passions, and how they can make a difference in the world.
The departments and programs in the Division of Student Life and Development are: American Indian Center; Atwood Memorial Center; Career Services Center; Counseling and Psychological Services; Department of Campus Involvement; Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Resource Center; Student Health Services; Lindgren Child Care Center; Multicultural Student Services; Residential Life; Student Disability Services; Veterans Resource Center; and the Women’s Center. The Student Conduct Program and the U-Choose Program are housed in the Office of Student Life and Development.
The Student Life and Development staff, programs, services, and facilities are available to assist students in learning and taking advantage of all that SCSU has to offer.
Student Life and Development envisions an engaged and socially responsible student who thrives in a changing global environment.
The mission of Student Life and Development is to support and serve students by providing the co-curricular opportunities, programs, services, and environments they need to develop personally, socially, and professionally.
Student Life and Development Learning Outcomes
- Become globally-aware and support diversity
- Be self-aware and strive for meaningful relationships
- Be engaged members of their various communities
- Take full advantage of opportunities for learning
- Explore leadership
- Live balanced and purposeful lives