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Committees

There are several committees in the division. These groups have been convened to further some of the special interests in Student Affairs at DePaul. Generally, each year one or more of the committees’ membership opens up to new members. The division has a process for selecting new members, and if a staff member is  interested in becoming a member of one of the below committees, they should contact their direct supervisor or director.

Divisional

  • Assessment Committee

​​The purpose of the Student Affairs Assessment Committee is to serve as a resource and support mechanism for the division as it engages in the assessment process, as well as help facilitate the division’s use of assessment results to improve our work and the overall educational experience for all students. ​​​

  • Communications Committee

The purpose of the Student Affairs Communications Committee is to serve as a resource and support mechanism for the division’s marketing and communication efforts and activities, as well as assist with ongoing communications assessment. ​​

  • Human Resources Committee

The Human Resources and Onboarding Committee is charged with coordinating the effective implementation and evaluation of recruiting, hiring, onboarding and off-boarding processes on behalf of the division.​​

  • Professional Development Committee
The Professional Development Committeeoversees and develops divisional professional development initiatives that enriches the professional growth of our staff as student affairs educators and leaders.​
  • Spirit and Morale Committee
The Spirit and Morale Committee fosters a positive work environment and an inclusive spirit and sense of community among Student Affairs Staff and to put into place the programs and systems needed to do so.
  • ​Social Justice and Inclusion Committee

​​Th​​​​​​e Social Justice and Inclusion Committee is charged with developing, implementing, evaluating programs and services, as well as recommending programs and services that contribute to a campus environment that affords equitable participation by all and attempts to address issues of oppression, power and privilege.​​​

Institutional

Many of our staff members sit on committees around the institution and represent our division. Most of these groups require a recommendation and selection, or you must be elected or apply for membership.

  • University strategic planning teams and task forces
  • Staff council
  • President’s Diversity Council (PDC), Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity
  • DePaul Women's Network
  • DePaul Academic Advising Network (DAAN)
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