A national search has begun for an assistant vice president in the division of student affairs. The new position, created as part of the new leadership structure in student affairs, was established to create a multidisciplinary approach to student health and wellbeing.
Posted this week, the assistant vice president for student health services will oversee the Thielen Student Health Center, student counseling services, student wellness office and recreation services. Applications and nominations will be accepted through June 22, with campus interviews tentatively planned for the week of July 31.
Roberta Johnson, director of student financial aid, is chair of the search committee. The Spelman Johnson consulting firm is assisting with the search.