Clark University's Division of Student Affairs has the primary responsibility for the coordination of services and programs relating to students' experience outside of the classroom.
The Division of Student Affairs is comprised of
- the Dean of Students Office
- the Center for Counseling and Personal Growth
- the Office of Student Leadership and Programming
- the Office of Residential Life and Housing
- Wellness Outreach
Working closely with administrative staff from these areas, the Dean of Students staff is responsible for providing a variety of programs, experiences, services and leadership opportunities that support and complement students' academic experience. This office also advises the University Judicial Board; you may want to consult with the deans on matters related to the student judicial system. In addition, the Dean of Students serves as the University liaison with University of Massachusetts - Memorial Hospital, servicing our Health Services. The deans in the Dean of Students Office are also a resource for students who are unsure about how to resolve an issue or problem. If a student is unsure of where to go to for assistance the Dean of Students Office is an appropriate place to go for guidance.
We encourage you to explore your interests both inside and outside the classroom and to involve yourself in the many dimensions of student life at Clark. Your active participation in the many campus activities, organizations, and other leadership opportunities will enhance your living and learning experiences.