Dean of Students Office


Students, Faculty and Staff have the chance to play a crucial role in the University’s student conduct process by applying to be a member of the University Hearing Board. 
Hearing Board members are trained to be a representative body of the University. Members are contacted on an as-needed basis to consider cases concerning alleged violations of the Code of Student Conduct.

Priority deadline for applications is April 14, 2017.


We are hiring for Summer 2017!

Working at University Helpline is an excellent resume builder and employees learn a great deal about University policies and procedure. Starting salary is $11 per hour.

Employment Dates:
June 5, 2017 to September 1, 2017
Monday-Friday, 10 AM to 5 PM

If you are interested, please submit a cover letter and resume to the Dean of Students Office in 227 Whitmore.

To apply, you must be an undergraduate student in good academic standing (2.0 or higher), as well as in good conduct standing.


About the Dean of Students Office

Mission Statement

The Dean of Students Office has a strong commitment to fostering student development, particularly in the acquisition of personal values, which create a respect for individual difference, cultural diversity and equal opportunity. The staff strives to meet the varied needs of all students through advocacy program support, advising, and general counseling.

We pride ourselves on being an office where upon contact students and families will have an answer to their question, a solution to their problem, or an effective referral to the office or professional who can answer their question. 

Programs and Services

The Dean of Students Office provides students with the support, resources, and referrals they need to succeed at the University.

Our services include:

  • Serving as a single point of contact within the University for students and their families in time of crisis
  • Consultation and referrals for students contemplating withdrawal from, or re-enrollment at, the University
  • Implementing and monitoring the University Conduct Process
  • Providing short-term loans for students
  • Supporting students through the Massachusetts Residency Reclassification process
  • Overseeing Off Campus Student Services, the University's HelpLine, and the Student Services Committee

In addition, our staff is available to answer general questions, advocate on behalf of students, and connect students and their families to campus resources.