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 Office of Multicultural Student Affairs has information on cultural programs, discussion groups, student organizations, scholarship opportunities, and much more.Learn More
Whether you want to find an internship, get a job, attend graduate school or start your own business, VCU Career Services can teach you the career skills you'll need for success.Learn More
VCU requires all incoming students to complete an online training called "Not Anymore" about sexual assault, intimate partner violence and stalking. Click the link above to complete the training.
View a list of frequently asked questions about the Title IX training Not Anymore at http://www.students.vcu.edu/not-anymore-training/.
The annual report shares a glimpse of the work accomplished by the Division of Student Affairs at VCU and is a sample of the breadth and depth of the work of more than 200 faculty and staff in the division.
The 2015 DSA Recognition Awards highlight the great work of individuals throughout all areas and levels in the Division of Students Affairs at VCU.
ELP 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.
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.