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Message from the Vice President

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Where WARRIORS belong …where YOU belong.

Research shows that the happiest and most successful university students are those who are INVOLVED students … those who fit in ... those who feel that they belong. What does this mean for you? It means that as an ESU student, you are on a journey toward realizing your hopes, dreams and aspirations, even if you don’t know what they are just yet. It means that in a place where there are so many ways to explore your passions (and potential passions), that you can and should take the opportunity to discover what is right for you.

ESU Student Affairs provides the vehicle for your journey. From academic clubs to intercollegiate athletics, from club sports to musical theater, from art to student senate, from outdoor adventure to student publications, from the residence hall association to the commuter student organization, from any of the more than 100 student organizations, you can find where YOU belong.

Be sure to break away from your room and experience all of the co-curricular intellect and enjoyment on campus. You are likely to be moved by the diversity and merit of those around you…they often become life-changing and lifelong friends and networks.

In addition to involvement, happy and successful university students take advantage of programs and services that assist them in navigating the university roadmap. Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), Office of Accessible Services Individualized for Students (OASIS), University Health Services, Wellness Education and Prevention, Multicultural Affairs, Title IX, the Office of Residence Life and Housing, Student Activities, Mattioli Recreation Center, the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards, the Campus Card Center and the University Store all provide student-centered support under the ESU Student Affairs Division.

YOUR happiness and success at ESU involves a shared commitment. ESU must deliver a stimulating and encouraging framework for your development, and you must indulge its resources to enable you to learn and grow.

The Student Affairs web pages provide you with information about resources available to you. Take some time to review them, access programs and services, and together, we can cultivate your happiness and success in a place where YOU belong.

Sincerely,

Doreen M. Tobin, D.Ed.
Vice President for Student Affairs