University of Arkansas-Monticello offers student help from many areas on campus and one of those departments is the Division of Student Affairs.
The main goal of Student Affairs is to serve as a liaison with faculty and other offices on behalf of the students. It provides support services, information referral assistance and information about co-curricular activities. It also administers the student judicial code and reserves facilities for campus and community groups.
The Student Affairs office, located in the upper level of the University Center, includes Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs and University Relations Peggy Doss, Assistant Vice Chancellor Clay Brown, Administrative Assistant Janelle Martin, as well as four student workers.
“It is extremely rewarding to see students mature and grow from freshmen to senior year, and all the developmental stages they go through,” Brown said.
The office offers other services for students including tutorial services, food services, career counseling, intramurals and recreation, as well as workshops on writing resumes.
“Student Affairs has always been able to help with any questions we have had concerning Student Government or individual problems,” Student Government Association President Sally Owen said. “They go above and beyond to help out.”
For more information on the division, call 870-460-1053, access their homepage via http://www.uamont.edu/StudentAffairs/ or visit one of the following offices under the direction supervision of Student Affairs:
Office of Admissions Harris Hall 460-1026
Career Services Harris Hall 460-1454
Counseling and Testing Harris Hall 460-1454
Food Services University Center 460-1076
Intramurals and Recreation University Center 460-1046
Special Student Services Harris Hall 460-1026
Residence Life Harris Hall 460-1045
Student Health University Center 460-1051
Student Programs and Activities University Center 460-1396
Student Support Services Harris Hall 460-1054
Upward Bound Harris Hall 460-1010
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