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Arrow The Division of Student Affairs

Student Affairs is an administrative unit within RIT and it's role is to coordinate the programs, activities and facilities that serve the personal, social and academic support needs of RIT students. These services are organized by function within ten administrative centers under the supervision of the Vice President for Student Affairs. Questions or concerns regarding specific aspects of student life and student services at RIT should be addressed to the Director of the following Centers:

  • Center for Campus Life x57058 (v/TTY)
  • Campus Religious Life x52135 (v/TTY)
  • Counseling Center x52261 (v/TTY)
  • English Language Center x56684 (v/TTY)
  • Center for Intercollegiate Athletics
    & Recreation x52614 (v/TTY)
    (athletics and physical education)
  • Academic Support Center x56682 (v/TTY)
  • Center for Residence Life x56022 (v/TTY)
  • Student Health Center x52255 (v/TTY)
  • Orientation x57995 (v/TTY)
  • First Year Enrichment Program x57033 (v/TTY)
  • International Student Services x56943 (v/TTY)
  • The Center for Women and Gender x57464 (v/TTY)
  • Center for Student Conduct x55662 (v/TTY)

A. Office of the Senior Vice President for Student Affairs:

If you have general questions or issues regarding campus life, campus policies or services coordinated under the Division of Student Affairs, please contact:

Dr. Sandy Johnson
Senior Vice President for Student Affairs
SAU 2410
x55691 (v/TTY)

B. Student Behavior Consultation Team

If your questions are specific to student behavior which may not be appropriate for the RIT living and learning environment, and/or which appear to be dangerous or threatening to oneself or others, worrisome or disruptive, please contact:

Dr. Dawn Meza Soufleris
Associate Vice President

Residential Education and Community Standards
August Center 2914
x52574 (v/TTY)
Dawn.Soufleris@rit.edu

C. Center for Student Conduct:

If you have questions regarding student conduct and behavior, the RIT Conduct Code, the RIT Student Conduct Process or mediation services, please contact:

Mr. Joe Johnston
Director
Center for Student Conduct
SAU 2460
x57668 (v/TTY)
Joe.Johnston@rit.edu