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Five Year List of Student Affairs Successes

  • Increase numbers of GA, Interns and Practicum Students
  • Expanded SAC operating hours
  • Increase number of Recognized Student Organizations
  • Implemented Student Groups Management System for RSOs
  • Greek participation up across the board
  • Increase in number of Greek organizations on campus
  • Hosted a number of national professional meetings, institutes, conferences and symposiums – AHEAD, ACPA MMI, NIRSA, Veteran Symposium, Mental Health Symposium, ASCA,NACA/NIRSA, ASCA Don Gehring Institute
  • Hosted a number of state and regional meetings – Housing, Career, KY Chief Student Affairs officers, CPAK
  • Increased number and quality of food service options on campus
  • Successful implementation of campus meal plan
  • Career Development Center reorganization and renovation
  • Increase in number and diversity of career job fairs
  • Increase in number of students engaged with Career Center
  • Expansion of campus health services
  • Establishment of a student emergency fund
  • Implementation of “college town” concept
  • Enhanced student communication strategies – weekly emails,
    calendar, facebook, twitter, digital signage
  • Increase in number and qualification of counseling center staff
  • New and improved intramural fields
  • Added Dean of Students Position
  • Brought back Director of Student Activities position
  • Added Director of Development Position
  • Added Coordinator of Communication and Marketing position
  • Maintained a strong and diverse staff - 36% of all new hires were persons of color
  • Large increase in number of campus beds and achieved residential campus status - Province, Bellamy, Cardinal Towne, Scholar House
  • Added new International Service Learning Sites – Maintained trips to Belize and added Cebu, Botswana, Croatia, Trinidad and Tobago
  • Created new domestic and local Alternative Spring Break programs
  • Added annual service trip to India
  • Numbers of students using services at Counseling Center and Disability Resource have increased
  • Increase in number of students involved in Civic Engagement and Service Learning program
  • Reorganized and enhanced Civic Engagement and Service Learning program
  • Student participation in Intramural and Student Activities programs continue to increase
  • Secured $1.1 million grant for TRiO Student Support Services program
  • Created staff newsletter – Vibrations
  • Created on line tech assistance request form
  • Disability Services Office move to Stevenson Hall and resulting renovation
  • Created academic based Living Learning Centers in Residence Halls
  • Active participant in University I2A Program
  • Enhanced the Parent program
  • Enhanced internal Department Review Program
  • Enhanced Student Awards program – transformed into a university wide program
  • Developed “Senior Week” program and activities
  • Increased staff participation in UofL Cares giving to Student Affairs programs
  • Developed Parent of the Year Award program
  • Established Student Care Team
  • Established new giving and scholarship programs with Student Affairs
  • West Lawn and Court Yard Project
  • ULP and Campus  Housing collaboration – seamless operations
  • Creation of housing affiliation agreements – Province, Bellamy, Cardinal Towne, Phoenix Place, University Park Apts
  • Rec Center approved and moving forward toward Fall 2013 opening 
  • Revised Code of Student Conduct
  • Created Medical Withdrawal Process
  • Updated Speech and Literature Policy
  • Add student lockers to SAC
  • Supported created of Religious Life Committee on campus
  • Coordinated a successful Family Weekend program
  • Created Summerfest Concert series
  • Brought WFPK Live Lunch Programs to campus on regular basis
  • Supported improved campus services for veterans
  • Established Professional Development Committee which continues to sponsored a large number of successful activities  - Academies, Professional Development Programs, Socials, Campus Speakers Series
  • Developed New Staff Orientation program
  • SAC and Red Barn programs, reservations, and traffic continue to rise
  • Established Community Program Committee to fund student programming
  • Purchased record keeping and scheduled software application for Counseling Center – Titanium
  • Encouraged and recognized staff involvement in national professional organizations – ACPA, NASPA
  • Increased number of presentations at state, regional, national and international conferences and programs
  • Achieved national recognition of UofL Student Affairs programs
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