|1.|| The Vice President for Student Affairs is responsible for the
general welfare of University of Washington students in their extracurricular
lives and activities. These responsibilities include registration, admission,
management of nonacademic services for students, provision of extra classroom
learning opportunities, supervision of the activities of student organizations,
administration of student discipline for infractions of nonacademic University
rules, assistance to students with personal, social, and adjustment problems,
and advice to the President and other University officers in matters of student
interest, attitudes, and opinions.
|2.|| The major responsibilities of the Vice President for Student
Affairs are grouped in broad divisions as follows:
|A.||Admissions and Registration
The Office of Admissions and Records is responsible for the provision of campus support services that include admission and outreach services, school and college relations, University catalog production, curriculum management, Time Schedule production, registration services, grade collection and reporting, student database management, graduation review and diplomas, transcript services, state residence classification, tuition reciprocity agreements, veterans benefits, and state and federal enrollment reporting.
The Office of Student Financial Aid administers a financial aid program to assist students, provides counseling relative to student expenses and financial aid opportunities, and prepares reports and evaluations on the financial aid program.
|C.||Student Counseling Center
The Student Counseling Center offers individual, couple, and group counseling services to students who need help resolving issues they encounter while attending the University.
|D.||Center for Career Services
The Center for Career Services offers students and alumni who have received degrees or certificates from the University assistance in developing effective job-seeking techniques and in finding suitable employment and planning career objectives.
|E.||Student Activities and Union Facilities
Two student unions, the HUB and the South Campus Center, are designed to provide a variety of social, recreational, cultural, and educational programs and services which complement the formal University education process. The Student Activities Office is responsible for providing advising services, training, and related resources for students and student groups to assist in the planning and coordination of their events, programs, and activities.
|F.||Department of Recreational Sports
The Department of Recreational Sports Programs provides a comprehensive program of sports, fitness, and recreation activities designed to meet student needs and interests through administration of the sports skills, intramural, club, and informal recreational programs and management of a variety of recreation facilities.
The Office of Student Publications administers the financial and business affairs of The Daily of the University of Washington, the Student Directory, and a freshman directory.
|H.||Disabled Student Services
Disabled Student Services provides access to programs for students with disabilities through the provision of a variety of support services, auxiliary aids, and equipment. The Disabled Student Services office works with students, faculty, and staff to identify and implement reasonable accommodations to assist students with documented disabilities in being able to participate successfully in the University's educational programs. Disabled Student Services consults with the University's Assistant Provost for Equal Opportunity and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator in carrying out these functions.
|I.||International Services Office
Assistance to international students and international academic appointees with visa and immigration problems related to their non-immigrant status and counseling to facilitate adjustment to the University are available in the International Services Office.
|J.||Housing and Food Services
The Housing and Food Services Department provides for the operation of a variety of housing for both single and married students, and for the operation of all University public food service facilities. The Department also provides conference services to groups visiting the University.
|June 1, 1972; February 21, 1978; October 1, 1982; August 24, 1984; May 21, 1990; September 24, 1996.|
For additional delegations of authority, see: