Chief Student Affairs Officer Suzanne Coffey guides a team of student affairs professionals, working with the design and implementation of a full spectrum of programs and services. She is responsible for creating and implementing a college-wide vision for the engagement of students with each other, the institution, and their overall college experience.
Ms. Coffey is available to consult all students on all matters relating to college policy, regulations, and requirements.
Dean Boykin-East has special responsibilities for the Peer Tutoring Program. She is also available for general and academic counseling for the Class of 2019. Dean Boykin-East is also a member of several of the College’s committees.
Professor of History and Environmental Studies; Dean of New Students; Chair of Latinx and Latin Amer Studies
Dean Lopez has special responsibilities for the personal and academic counseling of students in the Class of 2021 and new transfer scholars. He may be consulted on matters relating to the general and academic counseling of first-year students, college regulations and requirements, the Orientation Program, and the First-Year Seminar courses.
Professor of Geology and Environmental Studies; Director of the Beneski Museum of Natural History Dean for the Class of 2018
Dean Martini has responsibility for the personal and academic counseling of students in the Class of 2018. She may be consulted on matters relating to general and academic counseling, college regulations and requirements.
Michelle provides all aspects of administrative support for the 2018 Class Dean Anna Martini and 2020 Class Dean Ethan Clotfelter . Michelle also facilitates all budgetary processing for both Student Affairs and Residential Life offices.
The Case Management Team is available to assist all students build support networks, develop relationships with campus and community resources, and to navigate challenges related to medical, emotional, personal, financial, or adjustment issues. We connect students to the resources necessary to provide comprehensive, wrap-around care.
While we primarily work directly with students, we also offer consultation services to faculty, parents, and staff helping students in need. Our goal is to promote a culture of care amongst the entire community.
In situations where medical or personal needs might be better addressed away from campus, we also assist students with all aspects of the leave and readmission process.
All students and members of the College community are encouraged to contact any member of the Case Management Team.