Office of the Dean of Students
Location: Union 270 |Phone: (801) - 581-7066
Dean of Students
Lori is a member of the Student Affairs Leadership Team and provides supervisory oversight to the departments of Student Conduct & Community Standards, Behavioral Intervention & Education, Student Athlete Advocate, Student Leadership & Involvement, Fraternity & Sorority Life, Campus Recreation Services, Child Care & Family Resources, and the Student Union. She also serves on various University committees and serves as a Senior Deputy Title IX Coordinator.
Kim assists direct callers and visitors with resources within our department and across campus, and assists with making appointments. Addtionally, she completes dean's certification forms (background checks) for students applying to graduate and professional programs.
ASSOCIATE DEAN / DIRECTOR OF STUDENT CONDUCT & COMMUNITY STANDARDS
Brian is responsible for managing all aspects of student conduct administration in accordance with the Student Code of Rights & Responsibilities and providing leadership, training, support and guidance to members of the campus community in addressing student misconduct and/or assisting students affected by another’s behavior. The associate dean serves as a Deputy Title IX Coordinator.
Ulysses administers and implements the Student Code of Conduct by ensuring due process and fairness for all parties, monitoring the completion of educational and judicial sanctions, and serving as a hearing officer for various level cases. He also counsels students (both responding students and complainants) regarding their rights and responsibilities for the safety of the campus community.
Sydney assists in administering our student conduct process. She also is involved with our educational outreach and efforts regarding community standards at the University.
Behavioral Intervention Team
Student Athlete Advocate
Assistant Dean of Students FOR BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION & EDUCATION
Jo is responsible for the assessment of students who have been observed exhibiting concerning behaviors and the coordination and training of the University’s Behavioral Intervention Team. She also supports students who are seeking assistance with navigating University processes and policies and or academic adjustments due to extenuating personal circumstances and/or Title IX-related issues.
Case Manager, BehaviorAL Intervention
Allison works to support the safety and wellbeing of the campus community by taking reports, gathering information and reaching out to students, staff and faculty. She provides assistance to students who may be in distress or managing extenuating circumstances by connecting them to available campus resources, as well as providing guidance on various University processes and policies.
Student Athlete Advocate
Leila’s primary role as Student Athlete Advocate is to support the wellbeing and safety of student athletes by providing neutral, private and informal assistance to student-athletes at the University of Utah. The SAA is a resource for information and referrals and assists in the resolution of concerns by connecting student-athletes with appropriate existing adjudication processes. She assists the Athletics Department with the development, delivery, and needs assessment of the Student-Athlete Health, Safety and Wellbeing Program.
Campus Recreation Services
Location: Student Life Center
Phone: (801) - 581-8898
Childcare and Family Resources
Location: Union 408
Phone: (801) - 585-5897
Fraternity & Sorority Life
Location: Union 228
Phone: (801) - 581-8061
Location: Union 248
Phone: (801) - 581-7526
Tasha directs student leadership programs at the U including ULEAD workshops, the living & learning community, and conferences. She oversees the student governance body, Associated Students of the University of Utah (ASUU) and supervises the professional staff working in that area. She also coordinates Leadership Studies Minor and serves as the academic advisor.
Location: Union 255
Phone: (801) - 581-2048
Whit works with the student led Union Board, and is responsible for the overall operations of the facility. The Union hosts almost 11,000 events a year, offers several services for our students such as bowling and billiards, smart phone repair, etc. Also it haves the largest selection of food in the University, including a restaurant. Additionally, the Union hosts a verity of student programming and campus life options.
Jihyun is from Salt Lake City, Utah and double majoring in Environmental Science and Chemical Engineering with a minor in Spanish. She hopes to work in renewable energy and be a part of Engineers Without Borders.
Anchal was raised in Salt Lake City, Utah and is double majoring in Business Administration and International Studies with a focus in Trade and Commerce. She hopes to eventually work as an Administrative Assistant for the United Nations.
Caroline, who is originally from Las Vegas, Nevada, is majoring in Kinesiology and minoring in Nutrition in hopes to be a Physician’s Assistant.