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College Resources from the Dean of Student Affairs Offices

The Undergraduate Colleges are available to support students who experience difficulties and need assistance getting connected to and navigating resources. The Office of the Dean of Student Affairs in your College works with students on connections within their College and to campus resources unique to their situation. Examples include: 

  • Working with students to understand their needs and coaching students on how/where to access resources;
  • Connecting students to appropriate College resources (e.g., Academic Advising, Residential Life, Writing Program, and/or Office of the Provost);
  • Helping students get connected to College and campus involvement opportunities; 
  • Providing immediate connection to support services, including activation of the Temporary Housing Protocol and/or Emergency Meal Assistance Program;
  • Connecting students requiring formal accommodations to the Office for Students with Disabilities;
  • Outreaching to faculty for students who need short-term flexibility for serious disruptions to their academics (including support for students who are in isolation due to COVID-19);
  • Coordinating with International Services & Engagement Office (ISEO) on behalf of international students who need support for visa issues or whose home countries are experiencing turmoil; 
  • Coordinating with Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for student-specific workshops and 1:1 counseling; and
  • Referring students to Student Affairs Case Management Services and coordinating on-going support with their assigned case manager.

Contact Your Dean of Student Affairs

Revelle College: Sherry Mallory,
Muir College: Jason Thibodeaux,
Marshall College: Amber Vlasnik,
Warren College: James C. Smith,
Roosevelt College: Mario Garibay,
Sixth College: Diane LeGree,
Seventh College: Josh Brimmeier,
Eighth College: Sarah Gallenberg,