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University of Connecticut Division of Student Affairs

Welcome to the Division of Student Affairs

The Division of Student Affairs provides programs, services, and co-curricular experiences that enhance student success. Our efforts support the development of the whole person by fostering an awareness of lifelong learning and promoting the development of skills for effective citizenship in a diverse world. We promote a vibrant intellectual climate that supports an active and inclusive community. We strive to be reflective and intentional in an ever–changing environment.


Upcoming Events in Student Affairs

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Suicide Prevention Week - September 19 - 26

A week-long event that includes sharing important information, training first responders, and engaging the campus to have discussion about suicide and suicide prevention.

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Homecoming - October 26 - November 1

The tradition of Homecoming is alive and well at UConn thanks to the enthusiastic participation of Greek organizations, Cultural Centers, area councils and student clubs.


Photo Feature

Yoga at sunrise on Horsebarn Hill Monday, September 22, was one of the activities designed to raise awareness during Suicide Prevention Week.



Student Affairs Calendar


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Student Care Team

The Student Care Team is a multidisciplinary team that meets regularly to evaluate behaviors by University students that are perceived to be threatening, harming or disruptive to the student, to others or to both and coordinate an appropriate response.

www.studentcareteam.uconn.edu

Giving to Student Affairs =
Giving to Students in Need

The Division of Student Affairs' Students First Fund was created to provide assistance for students suffering unexpected hardships.

The Students First Fund Golf Tournament is an annual event that benefits the Students First Fund.

Higher Education and Student Affairs Masters Program (HESA)

Are you looking for a masters program that will provide you with the necessary skills to be a successful student affairs practitioner? Check out UConn's Higher Education and Student Affairs Masters Program (HESA).

Departments in the Division of Student Affairs