Resources for Faculty and Staff

If you would like your desk phone to forward to your personal number, please use Telecom’s MyPhone service. You can view instructions and find out more by following the link below.

In light of precautions being taken to curb the spread of COVID-19, the need for online communication has increased. As a result, the Division of Student Affairs is offering to integrate a “live chat” feature into your office’s website, if requested.

Amidst all that is going on, new colleagues are joining us. These tips are intended to assist in the onboarding process for new VPSA employees.

Administrative Information

Everything from budget information, financial forms, travel forms, and a training & resource guide. You’ll also find class absence information, including a sanctioned event approval list and regulations.

Benefits, Scholarships and Other Opportunities

Information about various awards and scholarship opportunities available to student affairs staff, including program funding. Additionally, there are many other opportunities you will want to take advantage of while working within the Division.

Assessment & Research

Links relating to various forms of assessment across the Division, including information about the the Assessment and Research Steering committee, program reviews, and more.

Diversity & Inclusion

The Division of Student Affairs strives to create a multicultural campus environment that celebrates diversity through inclusion, advocacy, leadership, education, and responsiveness to students and their needs. Click Learn More to read our action plan.

The Division of Student Affairs Communications Committee has collaborated with campus partners including Vice President for Diversity Office and External Relations to produce resources to support inclusive communications on campus:

  • Inclusive Communications Best Practices
  • Inclusive Communications Guide
  • Inaction to Intervention Bystander Guide

Need technical assistance? Feel free to visit our Technology Support Group page.  Or, feel free to reference the
Academic Computing & Networking Services (ACNS) technical training, resources, and help

Resources for faculty to move face-to-face courses online, including how to get started, library resources, and accessibility techniques.