Student Affairs Summit Overview
Collegiate Readership Program
Metro Pass Program
Triton Resource Manual
Student Conduct and Community Standards
Serious on Safety
Not Anymore Program
Student Social Services
Giving to Student Affairs
Parent & Guardian Resources
Death of a Student Protocol
The Division of Student Affairs has accomplished many things over the past few years. Listed below is a selected summary of accomplishments detailed in the 2010-2011 Annual Report.
- Student Affairs led University efforts to identify a new campus food service provider; Sodexo was ultimately chosen.
- Registration and Records implemented a 24/7 on-line student self-service transcript ordering and payment system.
- Residential Life & Housing created a peer mentor program, in which live-in peer mentors would operate a peer mentor lab for students that need assistance with academic tutoring. This lab also doubles as a computer lab for residents. This lab continued to flourish during the past academic year, which leads the department to hiring additional peer mentors. Peer Mentors are accessible to the residents of the building via the Peer Mentor lab and offer a myriad of tutoring options for subjects that include, but are not limited to, foreign languages, math, English composition, psychology, speech, etc.
- Residential Life & Housing partnered with International Studies to develop the International House (iHouse). This house is designed to increase the campus participation of international student groups, and grow international student leadership.
- Mansion Hills Apartments achieved an occupancy rate of over 95%.
- Three UMSL athletic teams went to the NCAA Tournament.
- Two UMSL athletic coaches were awarded GLVC Coach of the Year.
- Sixty-four student-athletes were named Academic All-GLVC.
- Nearly 117,000 newspapers were read by students through the Collegiate Readership Program.
- Career Services increased career counseling/assessment appointments by 8%.
- Campus outreach initiatives focusing on career development and career services increased by 71%, and classroom/student organization presentations increased by 20%.
- Counseling Services saw an estimated 340 new clients in FY 2011. This is an increase of 3% over FY 2010.
- Over 1,676 individual counseling sessions were provided by Counseling Services.
- The Disability Access Services website was revised for new and returning students to register for services electronically.
- Coordination and facilitated services/accommodations were provided for 435 students with disabilities.
- A total of 44 identified students with disabilities graduated in 2010-2011: There were 18 undergraduates and 2 graduates for FS 2010 and 24 undergraduates for WS 2011
- Heath Services were provided to 10,406 clients.
- Over 54 health education, alcohol, and drug prevention and counseling outreach activities were presented to nearly 8,605 participants.
- Approximately 17,500 Metro passes were dispersed to students.