Co-Curricular and Student Life

Team Charge

Work to adapt and ensure a robust student life experience for the 2020-21 academic year.

  • Develop a robust, outcomes-based, foundational model for the campus regarding virtual co-curricular engagement for the Fall 2020 term.
  • Explore other institutional programs, and identify training/professional development needs.
  • Comprehensively catalogue co-curricular student support, programming and resources offered across campus.
  • Identify and implement effective strategies to assess student experiences in the Spring 2020 semester to inform continued implementation of robust programming in a virtual environment for Fall 2020.
  • Engage diverse stakeholder groups to ensure broad and diverse programming and resources for student engagement in Fall 2020.
  • Develop methods of assessment and feedback for fall programs and resources.
  • Identify opportunities to build on “cares model” of case management, intrusive advising, providing opportunities to connect through affinity groups and other proven strategies to promote student connection and engagement.
  • Assess current technologies available to connect and build community within the
    campus community.
  • Identify the best ways to leverage technology to replicate and support robust student life community in Hy-flex and virtual learning environments.
  • Analyze student needs, curricular and co-curricular, based on student class level.
  • Draft a communication plan regarding the model.

Members

  • Co-chair: Randall Timm, Assistant Vice President for Campus Life & Dean of Students
  • Co-chair: Jessica Nare, Associate Chief Diversity Officer for Student Engagement
  • Co-chair: Christian Holt, Associated Student Body President
  • Erica Aros, Interim Director of the Student Ability Success Center (SASC)
  • Kara Bauer, Director of Residential Education
  • Andrew Bohonak, Assistant Dean of Graduate Affairs
  • Christina Brown, Executive Director of the Associated Students
  • Noah Hansen, Director of the International Student Center
  • Asha Jones, Special Assistant to the Vice President of Student Affairs
  • Alane Lockwood, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs in the College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts
  • Virginia Loh-Hagan, Liberal Studies Program Director in the School of Teacher Education
  • Bella Martelino, Associated Students Executive Vice President
  • Caryl Montero-Adams, Assistant Director of Greek Life
  • Miguel Rahiotis, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs at SDSU Imperial Valley
  • Crystal Sanchez, Associated Students Vice President of University Affairs
  • Mark Zakrzewski, Aztec Recreation Director

"Given that the majority of our courses will be virtual in the fall, I am confident that we will be flexible and adaptable enough to create a vibrant campus life for students who are attending at home and those who are living on or near campus."

Christian Holt

-Christian Holt, Associated Students President