Faculty and Staff Handbook

24th Edition, 2015 Version

Chapter II: Administrative Organization

2.6 Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

2.6.1 Career Services

Career Services provides career planning and support services to students and alumni.

2.6.2 CHILD Center

The CHILD Center (Creative Hours in Learning Development) provides quality care to children of students, faculty/staff and to the community. The center also serves as a fieldwork site for programs including but not limited to Early Childhood, Elementary Education, Communicative Disorders, Social Work, Counseling and School Psychology, The Center is licensed by the State of Wisconsin and NCA accredited, It also serves as a River Falls 4 Children (RD4C) school district run 4K program.

2.6.3 Counseling and Student Health

Student Health and Counseling Services offers on-campus professional mental health counseling services, clinical services contracted through River Falls Medical Clinic and Pierce County Reproductive Health, and holistic educational and preventative initiatives and programming.

2.6.4 Recreation and Sports Facilities

Recreation and Sports Facilities provides recreation, sport and wellness opportunities that engage the campus community including intramurals, club sports and outdoor adventure programming and equipment rental.  It also manages Hunt Arena, the Knowles Center  and the Intramural Complex.

2.6.5 Residence Life

Residence Life provides on campus living and learning opportunities that support students by helping them understand the value of living civilly and engaging in healthy behaviors that support the academic mission of the university.

2.6.6 Student Life

Student Life offers a variety of opportunities for student engagement and development outside the classroom including leadership, diversity and social education, service, student organizations, fraternities and sororities, and campus-wide events.

2.6.7 University Center

The University Center is the gathering place for students, faculty, staff, alumni and guests of the university offering a variety of services and programs designed to meet your daily needs on campus.

2.6.8 Dining Services

University Dining Services located in the University Center is committed to creating the best possible dining experience for students, faculty, staff and guests of the university.  Services and programs are designed to provide a community experience centered on fresh ingredients, healthy options, and a shared sense of environmental and social responsibility.

2.6.9 Falcon Shop

The University Bookstore (Falcon Shop) provides UWRF collegiate insignia items and supplemental academic supplies and text material in support of student success and university identity.

2.6.10 Ability Services

Ability Services arranges individualized accommodations for students to facilitate equitable access and opportunity promoting academic success.

2.6.11 Student Conduct and Community Standards

SCCS is responsible for supporting Title IX, Students of Concern (SOC), Behavior Intervention Team (BIT), Sexual Assault reporting and investigation, Bias Incident reporting and investigation, student advocacy, UW System student conduct reporting, investigation, and adjudication.

2.6.12 Conference and Event Services

Conference and Event Services is responsible for providing support for the successful development of educational camps and conferences serving the needs of the university community.