The Office of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs and Dean of Students administers the Division of Student Affairs, including numerous departments and programs. These units include New Student Programs (including Orientation); Enrollment Management comprised of Admissions, Registration and Degree Audit, Financial Aid, Transfer Services, Student Retention Services, and the Welcome Center; Career Services; Student Life; Residential Life; University Health, Wellness and Counseling Services comprised of Counseling Services, University Health Services, the Wellness Resource Center, and Disability Access Services; Athletics (which includes Recreational Sports); Precollegiate Student Services (Bridge Program); Multicultural Student Services; Student Conduct and Community Standards; and the Millennium Student Center comprised of Vending, Catering and Food Service. The mission of Student Affairs is to provide quality programs and services complementing the academic experience, and providing opportunities that enhance the development of students.
In addition to overseeing the Division of Student Affairs, the Vice Provost (or designee) is the Primary Administrative Officer for the Student Code of Conduct and also handles any complaints alleging discrimination against students. The Vice Provost works with the Student Government Association and the University Assembly Committee on Student Affairs regarding select campus policies and procedures.