The division seeks to create a student-centered culture promoting community, encouraging engagement and developing students to be contributing citizens in a global and diverse society through its programs, services, facilities and activities.

The Division of Student Affairs is comprised of departments promoting the intellectual, personal, social moral, financial, physical and psychological development of Virginia Commonwealth University students. The Office of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs is located in this division.


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Sexual Violence Resource Information Site

This website is a collaborative effort among several VCU departments, including the Division of Student Affairs, the Wellness Resource Center, VCU Police, University Counseling Services, Student Health Services, the Office of Student Conduct, and the Office of Institutional Equity. Our mission is to provide a comprehensive site devoted to addressing the needs of those affected by sexual assault, harassment, relationship violence, stalking, and other forms of gender discrimination.

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Stay Safe

Stay Safe at VCU

VCU students and employees can help improve the quality of life on campus by taking an active role in their own safety as well as that of those around them. Reporting suspicious or emergency situations to the VCU Police Department can help solve crimes, provide emergency assistance that may save a life and help deter criminal activity.

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2013-14 VCU Insider
VCU Insider 

The VCU Insider boasts a wealth of information for new and returning students including campus maps, student life resources, planner, calendar, university policies and much more.


Correction

The print version of the VCU Insider mislabeled dates in the calendar section. VCU is closed Nov. 29 - Dec. 1 for the Thanksgiving holiday, not Nov. 15 -17. The online version has been corrected.

Emerging Leaders Program
Emerging Leaders Program

VCU’s Emerging Leaders Program influences the lives of young student leaders within the university through a competitive mentoring program so that they may be enlightened, engaged, and supported as a leader both at the university level and beyond.

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