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Student Affairs publications (University of California, Irvine)
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This collection comprises publications of UCI Student Affairs and its subunits: Dean of Students, Student Life and Leadership; and Wellness, Health & Counseling Services. Publications include brochures and flyers events, general for student resources and events, general announcements, historical reports, newsletters, and more. Additional publications from this unit can be found by searching the library catalog.
The division of Student Affairs is organized in clusters based on the services provided to students: Auxiliary Services, Enrollment Services, Student Life & Leadership, and Wellness, Health & Counseling Services. Departments within each cluster are listed below.UCI Student Affairs oversees the Auxiliary Services, Enrollment Services, Student Life & Leadership, and Wellness, Health & Counseling Services. The Dean of Students, Student Life and Leadership is responsible for promoting student leadership through diverse student experiences. The office was previously named the Dean of Students. The Wellness, Health & Counseling Services is responsible for creating a comprehensive approach to well-being through opportunities that include feeding of the soul with what endures, creativity, self-discovery, challenge, civility and respect, and promoting personal development and transformation. This office was previously named Counseling and Health Services. Enrollment Services is responsible for academic resources. This unit is represented in a separate Publication Series, PS-021. The Auxiliary Services unit provides the campus with products and services, including the UCI Bookstore, Hospitality & Dining Services, Student Housing, Student Center & Event Services, and Student Government.
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