Student Affairs Assessment Committee

The mission of the Student Affairs Assessment Committee is to develop an outcomes based plan to systematically collect, review and analyze the overall effectiveness of the services provided by each department within the division of Student Affairs in an effort to improve student learning and opportunities. The committee develops specific outcomes goals for each individual department, and the Division as a whole. The Student Affairs Assessment Committee works with each department and their specific assessment plans and methodologies to ensure that all programs and services will meet or exceed nationally accepted standards.

Student Affairs Professional Development Committee

This committee exists to ensure that the ESU Student Affairs staff members have opportunities to enhance their professional skills, grow together as a team and become knowledgeable about the issues and trends within the student affairs profession. Skills, teamwork and knowledge are the cornerstones for ESU's Student Affairs Division's efforts to provide high quality programs and responsive services for students.

Student Threat Assessment and Response Team

The mission of the ESU Student Threat Assessment Response Team (START) is to protect the health, safety, and welfare of ESU students and the other members of the campus community. START is a multidisciplinary team designed to assess information and develop recommendations in response to student behaviors that may be in violation of ESU policies, threaten harm to person(s) or property, are disruptive to the living/learning environment, or otherwise jeopardize students' likelihood of success.

Please contact the Office of Student Affairs at (570) 422-3463 with any questions.


Contact Information

Campus Address
Reibman Administration Building
(570) 422-3463
(570) 422-3410 (Fax) (Fax)
Title of Department Leader
Vice President Student Affairs
Doreen Tobin
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