The Vice President for Student Life is the executive officer responsible to the President of the University for development and administration of a comprehensive program of services and activities to enhance student learning and personal development. The vice president is appointed by the President of the University with the approval of the Board of Trustees for three years with right to succession. The following are directly responsible to the vice president:
The Dean of Students, who is the primary administrative liaison to the student body, supervises an integrated program of services and activities to enhance student development and supports their in and out-of-class learning experiences. The following report to the Dean of Students:
The Director of the ACT 101 Program coordinates several academic support services for Pennsylvania residents with financial need, strong motivation and academic potential who qualify for the program funded in part by the Higher Education Opportunity Act.
The Director of Athletics and Recreation administers all aspects of the intercollegiate athletics and recreation program. The University's twelve athletics teams compete as a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III in the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC). Formal and informal recreation opportunities also are provided through intramural sports, open recreation, wellness classes, sports clubs and fitness activities.
The Director of Campus Ministry oversees development of a faith community among students, faculty and staff. Opportunities for liturgical worship, prayer, spiritual direction and pastoral care are provided. Community service, social justice action activities and a general forum for varied leadership development experiences also are available.
The Director of Career Services and staff offer varied services and programs to assist students with career decisions and transitions. Career counseling, resume preparation assistance, employment interviews and support with job search skills and techniques are among the services available.
(Reaffirmed with review of the Bylaws of the University 2009)
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