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Division of Student Life (DSL)

Mission Driven—Student Centered
Retention, Respect, Resources

Division of Student Life Vision
We strive to create an environment that supports our students to graduate from Mills College as empowered agents of social change and critical thinking in their local and global communities.

Division of Student Life Mission
The mission of the Division of Student Life is to educate the whole student by providing learning experiences and opportunities grounded in social justice designed to prepare students to be engaged citizens in our global communities.

Goal Statement

Our goal is to model a leadership practice that embodies self-awareness, personal responsibility and integrity.

Division of Student Life:

Administrative Support
Aquatics
Athletics, Physical Education & Recreation
Counseling and Psychological Services
Diversity and Social Justice Resource Center
Grievances
International Student Advising
Office of Residential Life
Office of Student Activities
Retention and Assessment
Services for Students with Disabilities
Spiritual and Religious Life
Undergraduate and Graduate Student Support
Wellness and Community Outreach

Offices are located in the Cowell Building, Haas Pavilion, Rothwell Center, in various locations in the residential buildings, and in the Chapel. For more information call 510.430.2130.

Community Standards

Individual integrity and mutual respect are a foundation of the Mills College learning community. Students are expected to participate responsibly and actively in making Mills the best learning environment it can be and to recognize that the honor and well-being of the entire community are affected by their actions. Mills College expects that every Mills student will behave with respect and integrity at all times, comply with state and federal laws, adhere to Mills College policies as published in the Mills College Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs, the Student Handbook, and other College documents, and respect the rights and property of all. 

Mills College community members share responsibility for maintaining an environment in which the rights of each individual are respected. The personal and academic integrity of every person strengthens and improves the quality of life for the entire community. This is vital in striving toward a welcoming and supportive climate in which all people are respected and free to express differing ideas and opinions. At Mills we are committed to  care, respect, and empathy toward all others in our community.

Code of Conduct
Mills College expects students to recognize the strength of personal differences while respecting institutional values. Students are encouraged to think and act for themselves; however, they must do so in a manner consistent with the community standards.

The purpose of the Community Standards, the Code of Conduct, and the Student Honor Code is to communicate these values and standards to the College community and promote an environment conducive to education, work, recreation, and study. Consult the Student Handbook for complete information on the Academic Integrity and Student Conduct policies affecting students.

Campus Computing Policy
Students are encouraged to use Mills computing systems for academic work as well as communication on and off campus. Such open access is a privilege, and it requires that individual users act responsibly in using Mills computing facilities, following electronic copyright laws, and respecting the intellectual property rights of others. Consult the Student Handbook for complete information on the Mills Computing Agreement.

Drug-Free Campus Policy
Each student at Mills is considered an adult who assumes personal responsibility for their own conduct. Mills students are expected to comply with all state and federal laws as well as College policies regarding alcoholic beverages and other drugs, prescription or illicit.

The Student Handbook provides a complete description of the drug and alcohol policies and regulations, guidelines, and procedures for student-sponsored events that may include alcohol, as well as the sanctions regarding alcohol or illegal drugs on campus.

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Last Updated: 6/2/14