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Our goal in Student Affairs is to help maintain and promote a community of scholars where each of us has the opportunity to develop our potential and explore our talents and interests in and out of the classroom.
The Student Affairs Division consists of the office of the Vice President of Student Affairs & Traditional Enrollment, Athletics, Career Planning, Community Service, Commuter Life, Health Services, The Multicultural Center, The Office of New Student Programs, Residence Life, Student Activities, Tompkins College Center, and the Women's Leadership Institute.
Congratulations Class of 2017!! Please remember to apply for graduation and RSVP to walk by all deadlines! Click here to be taken to the Graduation Information page or click on the "Graduation Information" link to the left.
Questions? Be sure to visit the Commencement website at www.cedarcrest.edu/commencement and check your email frequently for communication.
Complete the New Student Checklist Here!
Take the important first steps towards your success at Cedar Crest College by attending May and August Orientations, or in January if starting in the spring. These events are mandatory for all incoming students.
New Students starting in the Spring of 2017:
New Students starting in the Fall of 2017:
During orientation you'll learn about:
Over the next few weeks, there are a number of things that will need to be done to ensure that you have a smooth transition. We would like to offer two pieces of advice: Adhere to all deadlines and ask questions if you are unsure. We promise that this will make your life so much easier.
Please click on the New Student Information link on the left (or click here) to view other important information and to complete the New Student Checklist.
The Student Handbook is prepared by the Division of Student Affairs to provide you with information about campus resources, student life, and college procedures. If you have any questions, please contact the Student Affairs Office at email@example.com.
Going to an event sanctioned by Cedar Crest that will cause you to miss class? Use the attached form to notify instructors about planned absences due to College sanctioned events. This form is designed to assist students in talking with faculty regarding an absence for any college sponsored event.
Students should understand that at the time of absence they should be making sufficient academic progress within the class.
The Big Sis Lil Sis Program is your opportunity to join (or re-join) a great Cedar Crest tradition while making friends, learning new things, and having fun. Becoming a Big Sis is your chance to connect with a new student, help them to learn about Cedar Crest, and welcome them to the Cedar Crest family.
If you have any questions, please contact Selena Contreras, Big Sis Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Application deadline April 30th 2016 at noon.