Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Contact: Carmen Panlilio, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Students are encouraged to visit the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs with questions concerning University policies and procedures, discrimination and/or harassment by any University employee, or general questions concerning student life on campus. Emergency loans are issued to eligible students.
Several publications are available in the office. These include:
The Office has responsibility for the administration of certain University programs concerned with the general welfare of the student body. Offices coordinated by the Vice Chancellor include: Campus Life & Dean of Students; Career Services; Counseling Center; Educational Talent Search; Fitness Center & Intramural Sports; Housing & Residential Education; Intercollegiate Student Athlete Academic Support Program; New Student Orientation; McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program; Office of Disability Resources; Student Activities; Student Organizations; Student Employment; Student Health Services Center; Student Wellness; 21st Century Scholars Program; Upward Bound; and Veterans and Student Service Members Academic Support Program (From Boots to Books).
These departments offer programs and services designed to facilitate student development in areas of intellectual inquiry, cultural awareness, emerging values and personal skills.
Students are encouraged to participate in the many educational, cultural, recreational and social programs available on campus. These opportunities enhance students’ experiences as they explore personal, educational and career goals.
STUDENT AFFAIRS MISSION STATEMENT
Student Affairs, a primary partner for holistic learning and development at Purdue University Calumet, is committed to assisting students as well as faculty, staff, parents and other family members. Comprised of individuals who care deeply about students, staff in Student Affairs stand ready to offer guidance and support.
Student Affairs is committed to the following goals:
- Goal 1 – Encourage the overall well-being of students
- Goal 2 – Enhance the educational experience through participation in holistic activities
- Goal 3 – Inspire students to pursue lifelong learning
- Goal 4 – Promote an inclusive community that values productive communication and diverse ideas and that demonstrates collaboration and cooperation
Campus Life and Dean of Students
Contact: Lisa Goodnight, Interim Dean of Students
The Office of the Dean of Students promotes responsibility and encourages honesty, integrity and respect among Purdue University Calumet through education, compliance with behavioral standards and support of individual rights.
We are committed to:
- Work collaboratively with students, faculty and staff to create an ethical and safe environment in which scholarship may flourish.
- Promote good citizenship among students and administer conduct standards in a fair, respectful and equitable manner.
- Disseminate and interpret University regulations and standards to the student, faculty, staff of Purdue University, parents and the general community.
- Promote compliance with the spirit and intent of the Purdue Student Bill of Rights and University Code of Conduct.
- Serve as a resource and information agency for students, faculty, staff, parents and others concerning students’ rights and standards.
- Guide students toward a greater sense of personal responsibility and mature and ethical behavior that enhances the quality of the University and community environment.
- Provide guidance and educational experiences to assist students in making appropriate choices concerning behavior.
Several publications are available in the office and online at www.purduecal.edu/deanofstudents
- Academic Integrity: A Guide for Faculty
- Academic Integrity: A Guide for Students
- Classroom Disruption Procedures
- Grade Appeals Procedures
- Honor Council Procedures
- Non-Discrimination / Anti-Harassment Policy
- Purdue University Calumet Alcohol Policy (This publication is also mailed to students.)
- Regulations Governing Student Conduct, Disciplinary Proceedings, and Appeals
- The Student Bill of Rights
- The Student Handbook
Applications and procedures for readmission of students who have been academically dropped from the University are available online (http://webs.purduecal.edu/deanofstudents/readmission-information-procedure-app.pdf) and in Lawshe Hall Room 105.
Student Health Services Center
Contact: Maureen Panares
Location: Gyte Annex 34
The Student Health Services Center offers a wide range of healthcare services to all students at Purdue University Calumet. The SHSC offers greatly reduced costs for visits, immunizations as well as some laboratory testing at no cost. They are committed to working with students to provide low cost, high quality health and prevention services. Some of the services offered to the students are school physicals, pap smears, some prescription and treatment of some acute and chronic illnesses. They also offer phlebotomy, immunizations and immunotherapy (allergy shots).
All services are confidential and provided by licensed, board certified healthcare professionals who work closely together in helping students. They are committed to promoting healthy living and encourage all students to take an active role in their own healthcare by providing them with educational materials, information on disease prevention and guidance in maintaining a well balanced life style. Referrals are made to qualified professionals in the community as well as to the Student Counseling Center and other Student Affairs Services as needed.
The Student Health Services Center is open Monday through Friday. Please see their Web site for further information on hours. Although walk-in patients are accepted, they recommend calling for an appointment in advance.
Housing and Residential Education
Contact: Scott Iverson, Director of Housing and Residential Education
Location: Peregrine Hall, 2330 173rd Street
Griffin Hall, 2440 173rd Street
Office Phone: 989-4150
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
The University Village is a unique living environment designed to enrich the academic development of UV residents and enhance the integration of the diverse student body of the campus. The apartment suites at The University Village are fully furnished and feature four individual bedrooms, four personal vanity areas, two full baths, a common living area and a kitchen with top grade appliances. The University Village has quiet study rooms, meeting rooms, two large conference rooms, two computer labs and vending machines. The University Village student leaders and staff provide residents with an array of educational and social activities that compliment the classroom and help promote inclusivity and interaction. The University Village offers the independence of apartment-style living with the guidance and assistance afforded by resident assistants, administrative personnel and maintenance staff. The resident handbook can be found at the following URL: http://webs.purduecal.edu/housing/resident-handbook/.