Student Affairs oversees several areas of student life on campus, including the Offices of Residence Life, Student Activities, Student Conduct, Disability Services, Veterans Services, Multicultural Affairs, the Counseling Center, Campus Ministries and Career Services, among others.
A number of graduate fellowship opportunities have been created to support the efforts of Student Affairs as well as to provide a quality hands-on experience for students enrolled in the university’s Master of Education in Educational Administration: Higher Education Option
in the College of Education. The master degree program in Education Administration: Higher Education Option focuses on policy and practice in higher education.
In addition to general requirements
, each position may also have specific job prerequisites as well.