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Division of Student Affairs


To promote student success through engagement, holistic wellness, and providing excellent student-centered services and to advance the student success agenda of the University of Wyoming. 

To advance the student success agenda, we will:

  • Provide safe, comfortable, affordable, and physically and programmatically appealing housing and dining programs to students living on campus;
  • Provide integrated wellness service to address physical and behavioral health;
  • Educate students; encourage personal accountability for their choices and actions; refer students to appropriate resource on and off-campus; 
  • Engage students in leadership opportunities; social justice activities; provide educational, social, and entertaining programs and events;
  • Foster opportunities for students to provide feedback to the university and participate in shared governance;
  • Provide alumni and parents opportunities to be active in the UW Community.



The Division of Student Affairs contributes to the learning, success, wellness, and overall development of our students so that they may become informed and contributing citizens of their communities, state, nation, and world. 

The Division of Student Affairs is comprised of the Associated Students of the University of Wyoming, Campus Recreation, Cowboy Parents Council, the Dean of Students Office, the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership, Student Health Service, the University Counseling Center, Residence Life, the UW Alumni Association, and the Student Success Hub.


Our values represent beliefs and principles that drive the culture and priorities of the Division of Student Affairs and provide the crucial framework under which decisions are made.

Student Development

Creating services, environments, and programs that develop students along intellectual, cognitive, social, moral, and identity dimensions.

Personal and Social Responsibility 

Educating students to strive for excellence, cultivate personal and academic integrity, contribute to a larger community, take seriously the perspectives of others and develop competence in ethical and moral reasoning and action.

Holistic Wellness

Cognitive, cultural, emotional, environmental, financial, physical, social, and spiritual wellness is the prerequisite for student success.


A diverse and international community that includes and respects different ethnicities, genders, sexualities, abilities, cultures, and world-views multiplies our capacity to advance student success.


An engaged student body cares about the community, fully participates in the life of the university, connects classroom content to real-life situations, and integrates learning into their understanding of the world around them. Engaged students perform better academically and persist to graduation.

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Important Links


Martin Luther King Days of Dialogue.  UW celebrates the continuing impact of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s life and ideals.

Sexual Misconduct Prevention Strategic Plan

No More Initiative.

Strategic Plan 2018-2023. 


Student Affairs is in the process of developing division-wide learning outcomes as part of a comprehensive assessment.


Meet the Department of Student Affairs staff.

Here you can find who is on staff and their contact information.


University of Wyoming commencement ceremony. Here you can find all commencement important dates and information. 


As a key initiative of Goal 2 of  Breaking Through: 
2017-2022 A Strategic Plan for the University of Wyoming.

Contact Us

Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs

Old Main, Suite 408

(307) 766-5123


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