Faculty and Staff

Heinselman, Gregg

Gregg Heinselman

Gregg Heinselman

Assistant Chancellor for Student Affairs

Student Affairs
Office: 173 University Center
Phone: 715-425-0720



M.S. Education, Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS
B.S. Business Administration, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ

Titles and affiliations:

Assistant Chancellor for Student Affairs
Leads 15 divisional units: Ability Services, Campus Recreation, Career Services, C.H.I.L.D. Center, Conferences & Events, Counseling Services, Dining Services, Diversity, Inclusion, & Belonging, Production Services, Residence Life, Student Conduct & Community Standards, Student Health Services, Student Involvement, Student Support Services, and the University Center.

Title IX Coordinator
Responds to university student, faculty and/or staff Title IX reports and complaints; identifies and addresses patterns and/or systematic problems revealed by those reports and complaints; works to provide a safe and nondiscriminatory environment for all students, faculty, and staff.

UW-River Falls Affiliations
Chancellor's Cabinet
Student Affairs Leadership Team
Bias Education Response Team
Student Government Association Administrative Liaison
University Budget Committee
Chancellor's Advisory Council on Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drugs
SHARE Committee
Campus Wellness Committee

UW System Affiliations
President's Advisory Committee on the Roles of UW System Administration
Sexual Violence and Harassment Task Force
Board of Regents Task Force on Campus Climate
Senior Student Affairs Officers

Professional Affiliations
Association of Title IX Administrators
National Association of Student Personnel Administrators
American College Personnel Association
Association of College Unions-International
National Association of College Auxiliary Services
National Association of Campus Activities
Association of College and University Housing Officers International

As a member of the Chancellor's Cabinet, collaborates with all areas of the university, including shared governance; is the university/division liaison to internal and external constituents.