GENERAL INFORMATION ON OUI DIRECTORATE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS
It is with no controversy that the office of the Vice-Chancellor is the primary advocate for student affairs in the University system and expectedly requires providing services and activities which strengthen student learning, administering student code of conduct, and adjudicate complaints filed under the code of conduct and proffer solutions.
The enormity of these activities and the dare need to deliver promptly gave birth to one of the most dynamic unit/ directorate in the University system. The Directorate of the Student Affairs Office, an organ of the Vice Chancellor’s Office was commissioned and saddled with the above responsibilities on behalf of the vice-chancellor through the Dean of Student Affairs with feedback through constant reports.
THE ROLES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE DIRECTORATE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS
3. College and Academic Affairs Collaboration
4. Campus Learning Environment
5. Student Services and Programmes
THE THEME GOALS OF THE DIRECTORATE
How Directorate of Student Affairs achieves its thematic goals
The Student Affairs office creates the culture by developing a campus climate in which students feel they are the focus. The following segmented approaches are usually applied:
GOAL-SETTING WITH DETAILED APPROACH
GUIDES TO DIRECTORATE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS
The Directorate of Student Affairs is guided by the Five “C’S” to achieve its set goals.
TEAMWORK AMONG STUDENT AFFAIRS STAFF
Team spirit must be built among the student affairs staff to serve students, individually and collectively by achieving the following tenets.
Teaching: we teach students about many challenges of life.
Education: we educate students about the world around them.
Advise: we advise students on personal, academic, and administrative matters.
Mentor: we mentor students by serving as role models.
Available centers for student activities
The followings centers are provided to enhance the personal, group, and professional development in OUI
2. Career Development
Examples of these services:
services in this group include
5. Disability Support
Priority for disabled students in the following areas:
6. Cultural and Social
7. Fresh Students Development