Welcome to the Division of Student Affairs
Supporting the academic missions of the university, Student Affairs develops programs and services that foster community, ensure a respectful and inclusive environment, and enrich the overall student experience.
The office of the Vice President for Student Affairs provides administrative support to the departments in the Division of Student Affairs. We provide quality programs and services for students outside of the classroom to enhance your experience at Northeastern. We look forward to creating a productive and rewarding relationship with you. We are committed to your success!
Our goals reflect Northeastern Illinois University's focus on integrity, excellence, access to opportunity, diversity, community and empowerment through learning, enabling students to develop to their highest potential. Our programs and services enhance the intellectual climate of the University by providing a seamless learning and living experience that recognizes the unique needs of all students.
The Division of Student Affairs has made a commitment to pursue the development of a focused, caring, ethical, and diverse community on the Northeastern Illinois University campus. You are invited to browse through our website and take advantage of all the programs and services we have to offer.
Northeastern Vice President wins NASPA service award
2 days agoNortheastern Illinois University Vice President for Student Affairs Frank E. Ross will receive the 2014 Outstanding Service to NASPA Award for Region IV-East. The award is…
Northeastern professor, alum to present at gerontology conference
3 days agoNortheastern Illinois University Psychology professor Masami Takahashi and recent graduate Cathy Samatas (M.A. Gerontology ’13) will present their research at the Gerontological Society of America…
Northeastern professor awarded Core Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program grant
3 days agoNortheastern Illinois University associate professor Christina Ciecierski has been awarded a teaching grant from the Core Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program for 2014-15. Ciecierski, who already is…