Dean Of Students
Matthew R. Cameron, M.S., Assistant Dean of Students
The Office of the Dean of Students provides support for the intellectual and personal development of all students—undergraduate, graduate, and adult learners—through a combination of advocacy, programming, and services that enhance the quality of campus life. Additional areas of responsibility include: fostering educational goal attainment, making appropriate referrals, promoting faculty-student collaboration, resolving conduct matters as chief student conduct officer, facilitating conflict resolution, and coordinating medical withdrawals. The Dean and Assistant Dean also manage crisis situations and respond personally in the event of a life-threatening situation. The Dean is the Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Students; the Assistant Dean is an investigator in Title IX matters.
The office provides students with information, advice, intervention, and referrals to ensure that all students in the University receive fair and equitable treatment and can access the information they need. The aim is to help students become better informed so that they can focus on classes, make important decisions about their future and ultimately achieve a college degree.