Caption: Student Regulations - Undergraduates - 1961
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• wcl both m class and out r .1 basii -MI, cm oi tinult] • I niversit) Mthough you arc expected t > be •• < while you are the I Diversity, even a responsibli adult often :| ul\ e o: assistance ol one kin< 1 or another. • d hous health sen ccs, aid with i istration and adi idp in acad( xtra-curricular, social, and financial m well .;d ,iv mcc th( • with special problems, are included ai t' the I niversit n n DEAN o r ST1 D1 N W rhe I m tuden the administrative officer responsible for ion ti\ I undergraduate students. He is exp< d to that Univc y poli regarding tudent lit'* are put into effect. In addit »n, he
the needs and intere I the student bodj hark to other portion^ i th
\nA admin >n. In th matters, he is advi nittec on Student Affairs (CSA).
In ..: • _ out h
1 by the University
supervision of student life, the Dean of Students ha
ml encies reporting to him: The Deans of Men ami Women The Director of Auxiliary Services The I " > r of I tousing
The D i r e c t o r of the lllini I nion The Supervisor of Insurance
The University Security Officer
The Director of the Office of Foreign Student Affairs
The Director of Student Employment The University Coordinating Placement Officer All Boards administering extra-curricular activities of undergraduate stuents.
The I an of Students takes part in the granting of student loans and under-
scholarships. His staff also is in charge of arrangements for New
Student W e e k and University O r i e n t a t i o n , and advises students appealing •ns of the mate Subcommittee on Student Discipline. The Dean of Men and his staff, a student personnel service, located in 157 Administration ( W ) , have responsibility for general advising and counseling
oi 1 undergraduate men. Whenever it is advisable, staff members of this office 1 will refer you to such other campus agencies as your academic dean, the Student
C o m rling Service, or the like. M e n students >eekm^ University loans (short-term, long-term, or emerhouhl go to the Dean of M e n ' s Office. Students also may wish to
questions about extra-curricular activities, problems of a general nature. The Dean of Men's Office is the general information center for all prosl • < male Students and their parents, and for all undergraduate men. T h e •
or financial problems.
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