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Dean of Students and Vice President for Student Affairs

Dean of Students and Vice President for Student Affairs

The Dean of Students and Vice President for Student Affairs oversees a broad range of programs and services designed to promote academic success, cocurricular life, and personal development.

If you are uncertain whom you should contact about a specific question or a problem, the Dean's office can help you get in touch with the right office staff.

Abrian
 
Adrian Bautista

Dean of Students and Vice President for Student  Affairs

Email Adrian Bautista

Gail Cummings-Danson

Gail Cummings-Danson

Assistant VP for Student Affairs and

email Gail Cummings-Danson

Gail Cummings-Danson

Lorri Edge-Hotmer

Assistant Dean of Student Affairs for Student Success

518-580-5788

EMAIL Lorri edge-hotmer

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Student Opportunity Funds

Students may request financial support of worthwhile student co-curricular and leadership initiatives.

Submit your application to the Office of the Dean of Student Affairs, Case 313.

Please note the following submission deadlines:

  • Fall Deadline:  Nov. 8, 2024
  • Spring Deadline:  March 7, 2025

Student Affairs Division Mission Statement

In support of Թϱ College’s mission, “to educate a diverse population of talented students,” the Division of Student Affairs works with all College departments to create an integrated living and learning liberal arts experience. 

We believe:

At Թϱ, everyone deserves access to the highest levels of excellence in education:

  • Learning is a communal endeavor where we all learn from and teach each other.
  • Learning happens in all dimensions: intellectual, emotional, physical, social, professional, and spiritual.
  • Learning is a dynamic and integrative process of exploration across barriers and divisions.
  • Learning happens everywhere and requires opportunities, challenges, disappointments, and defeats.
  • Learning promotes growth, transformation, and the continuous interaction and meaning making of self, other, and communities.