Dean of Students Office
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Xavier University is committed to protecting the health, wellbeing and safety of our students, faculty and staff. It is very important that we practice social distancing and follow the directives of health experts. Therefore, all staff members in the Office of Dean of Students will be working remotely each business day until further notice.
We remain eager to assist you, during this challenging time. If you need assistance, please call or email our staff, per the contact information below. In the event that we are unavailable to answer your call, feel free to leave a message, as we will be checking our voicemail and email regularly.
- Jean Griffin, Dean of Students – Call (513) 745-3184 or send an email to email@example.com
- Angie Kneflin, Director of Care Management Services – Call (513) 745-4391 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Natalia Weekly, Care Management Coordinator – Call (513) 745-2994 or send an email to email@example.com
- Molly Dugan, Director of Student Integrity – Call (513) 745-1941 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Stefanie Lorentz, Administrative Assistant – Call (513) 745-3166 or send an email to email@example.com
Xavier’s Food Pantry, The Store, is available to support students by appointment. Only. To request an appointment to visit The Store, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the University’s response to this crisis, please visit the Xavier Coronavirus website for more information.
The Office of the Dean of Students supports Xavier's efforts to promote student success, wellness and integrity. Through programs, resources and services that help students make healthy and responsible choices the Dean of Students staff members work with students, faculty and staff to build a safe and inclusive Xavier community.
A hallmark of a Jesuit University education is the personal care of the individual. At Xavier, the focus is on the student, and who they choose to become through the use of their talents, skills, and experiences both inside and outside of the classroom. Students have the opportunity to achieve successes that will have a profound impact on their life, long after graduation.
Every Xavier student is a representative and ambassador for the University. Expectations, policies, and the code of student conduct found in the Student Handbook have been established to assure respect for oneself and others. Students are held accountable for inappropriate behavior both on-campus and off-campus and there are consequences to unwise decisions and choices if a student is found to be responsible for violations. It is the responsibility of each Xavier student to be familiar with the contents of the Student Handbook. The fact that you are registered for classes at Xavier obligates your adherence to the Code of Student Conduct.
Students have a support system that will help them meet and exceed their own expectations, please know that this office extends an on-going invitation to assist students in any way possible.