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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, Traditional Admissions, Athletics, Career Planning, Community Service, Commuter Life and Residence Life, Health Services, The Center for Diversity & Inclusion, The Office of First and Second Year Experience, The Office of Student Union & Engagement, and the Tompkins College Center.
By providing emergency resources to students in need, they are more likely to succeed academically and persist to graduation. While the college cannot provide everything these students may need, we can support their learning by eliminating barriers to their success.
Students: click here for more information on where to access these resources.
Faculty and staff: click here to learn about ways to help.
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.
Students should complete this form if they wish an absence notification to be sent to their faculty members. If you have a doctor’s note or other documentation explaining the reason for missing a class, please complete this form in its entirety. Submitting this documentation to the Vice President of Enrollment Management & Student Affairs is to verify the reason for your absence. Your professor(s) will determine if it is an excused or unexcused absence.
Questions about absence notices can be directed to email@example.com or to Danielle Stokes in Blaney Hall, Room 116.