Division of Student Life Mission
Our guiding principles includes a commitment to wellness, social justice, leadership, transformative learning and creating a sense of belonging. We provide undergraduate and graduate student engagement opportunities and support for academic and co-curricular success.Division of Student Life:
Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation (APER)
Center for Student Leadership, Equity and Excellence
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Dean of Students, Conduct and Title IX
Diversity and Social Justice Resource Center
Student Access and Support Services (SASS) includes services for students with Disabilities
Spiritual and Religious Life
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.
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 and respect toward all others in our community.
Code of Conduct
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.
Table of Contents
Advising and Registration
Majors and Minors
Graduate Degree and Certifcate Programs