We want to improve and you can help us. Our students' feedback is vital to our efforts
towards continuous quality improvement of Student Affairs programs and services.
As such, we have provided a variety of ways that your voice may be heard:
- In-Person: Complete a Student Affairs Student Concern Form in the Dean of Students Office located in the Cordell Reed Student Union, Room 268A
- Anonymous Suggestion: You may place your anonymous suggestion in our Comment Box located just outside of the Dean of Students Office
In Student Affairs, we not only value what our students say, we act on it. Here are
some examples of how your feedback has led to improvements across the division:
- Your feedback helped us to re-design the Student Affairs web pages. From updated
photographs, to a calendar of events, social media, videos and more. The voice of
the students has helped us to improve this valuable communication tool to improve
student life at CSU.
- Student Affairs has developed a mechanism for student feedback through email, anonymous
comment boxes, and student concern forms.
- In our efforts to recruit and retain a diverse student body, the Latino Resource Center
has been re-aligned to have positions strategically responsible for Outreach and Retention
of Latino students.
- As a result of your feedback, we have developed a comprehensive printed fall calendar
of events for Student Affairs related programs and events.
- To facilitate leadership development, we offered the inaugural Leadership Retreat
for all student clubs/organizations (August).
- We have offered programs aimed at the development of multi-cultural competency, inter/intrapersonal
development, health/wellness and civic engagement (SGA members were trained to become
certified Deputy Registrars so that they could conduct Voter Registration on campus
for students and the community October 1-9; Diversity Game Show, August 29; weekly
Zumba classes; Collegiate Leadership Development Program, AAMRC Mentoring program;
Abilities Day and more).