Division of Student Affairs &
Welcome to the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services Website!
On behalf of the Division of Student Affairs & Enrollment Services, it is my pleasure to welcome you. The Division joins Academic Affairs, Institutional Advancement and Business & Finance in a commitment to educating our students in reaching their highest potential. We also take great pride in the programs, opportunities and services we provide.
The Mission of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services
The Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services is committed to supporting and enhancing the Collegeís academic purpose of educating students through the implementation of co-curricular programs, activities and administrative services that focus on the development of the whole student in a Christian and intellectually stimulating environment.
The Divisionís student-focused programs, activities and services begin with the recruitment and enrollment of students and continue throughout their matriculation until graduation. Because the Division embraces a philosophy that learning takes place in a variety of educational settings, a complement of division and other campus resources (e.g., residence halls, student union and activities) are used to promote out-of-classroom learning and student engagement.
The Vision of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services
Students will graduate from Wiley College as competent, responsible and well-educated members of society. They will demonstrate integrity, tolerance and the ability to make ethical decisions in a life in which they are committed to making a difference. The Division will be recognized by students and constituents as an outstanding student-centered, service oriented division which anticipates and plans for the needs of its students beyond the classroom.
The Philosophy of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services
The Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services exist primarily to support and enhance the Collegeís academic mission of educating students. Education does not stop at the classroom door, but continues in outside settings where opportunities exist for emotional, moral, social and spiritual development. The Division exists to support and enhance the Collegeís academic purpose of educating students.
Our people programs and services are here to help students succeed. We measure our success by your success. As you explore the Divisionís offerings on the world-wide-web, you will find answers to many of your questions. However, if you encounter problems you cannot resolve, please do not hesitate to contact us at:
Dr. Joseph L. Morale
Should you have questions after having reviewed the information on Student Life, you may contact the related office, or the Office Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Services by telephone (903.927.3232) or electronically (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Average class size: 20 students (Fall 2011)