VCU Bulletins

Division of Student Affairs

901 Floyd Avenue
P.O. Box 843017
Richmond, Virginia 23284-3017
(804) 828-1244
Fax: (804) 828-2180
www.students.vcu.edu

Henry G. Rhone
Vice Provost for Student Affairs

Reuban B. Rodriguez
Associate Vice Provost and Dean of Student Affairs

Charles Klink
Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs

Napoleon Peoples
Associate Dean of Student Affairs, MCV Campus

The university offers students a wide variety of services, facilities and resources, many of which are the administrative responsibility of the Division of Student Affairs.

Office of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs
Office of the Associate Vice Provost and Dean of Student Affairs
Office of the Associate Vice Provost of Student Affairs
Office of the Associate Dean of Student Affairs, MCV Campus

Office of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs

Henry G. Rhone
Vice Provost for Student Affairs

The Office of the Vice Provost provides leadership and direction for the Division of Student Affairs. The Division of Student Affairs is a dynamic division promoting academic success and development of the whole person. The division seeks to create a student-centered culture promoting community, encouraging engagement and developing students to be contributing citizens in a global and diverse society through its programs, services, facilities and activities.

The Division of Student Affairs comprises departments promoting the intellectual, cultural, personal, social, moral, financial, physical and psychological development of Virginia Commonwealth University students. Departments in the division include: Office of the Associate Vice Provost and Dean of Student Affairs, Monroe Park Campus; the Office of the Associate Dean of Student Affairs, MCV Campus; the Office of the Associate Vice Provost of Student Affairs; University Student Commons and Activities; the University Career Center; University Counseling Services; Disability Support Services; University Student Health Services; Office of Multicultural Student Affairs; Recreational Sports; Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity; Student Media; Financial Management and Technology; and Residential Life and Housing.

The division provides administrative support for key policies of the university, including the VCU Honor System and the Rules and Procedures. Most Division of Student Affairs publications are available on the Web at www.students.vcu.edu.

The Office of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs is located in the Sitterding House at 901 Floyd Ave., P.O. Box 843017, Richmond, VA 23284-3017; telephone: (804) 828-1244.

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Office of the Associate Vice Provost and Dean of Student Affairs

Reuban B. Rodriguez
Associate Vice Provost and Dean of Student Affairs

The Office of the Associate Vice Provost and Dean of Student Affairs is actively involved in understanding the needs of students, improving the quality of student life, supporting student success, promoting leadership development and disseminating important information for students. The office provides services and support to students through a wide range of programs, activities and resources. The office assists students in solving problems and advocates for students when appropriate. The office provides information and referral to students, faculty, staff and parents on a variety of student-related issues. The office provides oversight for the administration of the university’s disciplinary procedures and the honor system.

The dean sits on a number of university committees, participates in orientation activities, provides supervision for several departments of the Division of Student Affairs and serves as a key administrator for several major policy statements of the university including the VCU Honor System.

Students, parents of students and staff who have issues they wish to discuss or who are interested in various programs and opportunities should visit the dean’s office, located in the Sitterding House, 901 Floyd Ave., P.O. Box 843017, Richmond, VA 23284-3017; telephone: (804) 828-8940; email: vcudean@vcu.edu.

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Office of the Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs

Charles Klink
Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs

The Office of the Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs provides assistance to the vice provost for student affairs in the overall administration of the Division of Student Affairs. This office is actively involved in understanding students and their needs, improving the quality of student life, and collecting and disseminating information important to students and to the university.

The associate vice provost serves as the division ombudsman in addressing and resolving student issues and concerns inhibiting success at the university, provides leadership for assessment and professional development activities for the division, and oversees a number of initiatives focused on utilizing external and internal resources to support and recognize student success. The associate vice provost provides supervision for several departments in the division including the University Career Center, Disability Support Services, University Counseling Services and Student Media.

The Office of the Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs is located in the Sitterding House at 901 Floyd Ave., P.O. Box 843017, Richmond, VA 23284-3017; telephone: (804) 828-7525; email: cjklink@vcu.edu.

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Office of the Associate Dean of Student Affairs, MCV Campus

Napoleon Peoples
Associate Dean of Student Affairs, MCV Campus

The Office of the Associate Dean works closely with the Office of the Associate Vice Provost and Dean of Student Affairs in serving as a resource for students, parents, faculty and staff. The associate dean serves as the primary liaison between the organized student body on the MCV Campus and the university, providing coordination and leadership for student affairs and related staff.

The associate dean serves as the faculty adviser to the MCV Campus Student Government Association. The associate dean represents the Division of Student Affairs on several universitywide committees and also participates in the general orientation sessions for each school on the MCV Campus. The associate dean maintains an open-door policy and will advise students, parents, faculty and staff on university-related issues or procedures.

The associate dean’s office is located in the Hunton Student Center, Suite 205, 1110 E. Broad St., P.O. Box 980004; telephone: (804) 828-0525; email: npeoples@vcu.edu.

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Last update: 6/7/2013

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