OFFICES OF THE VICE PRESIDENTS

VICE PRESIDENT FOR THE OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS

Administrative History:   The position of Vice President for Student Affairs was created in 1956. Following the resignation of Rev. Floyd D. Stanton, S.J., in 1963, the position was reorganized as Dean of Students. In 1970, the position was again reorganized as Vice President for Student Affairs, and then-Dean of Students James H. Scott was appointed to the position. The position involves almost all aspects of student life outside the classroom, including Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreational Sports, Residence Life, Student Health Service, and Student Development.

Vice Presidents for Student Affairs:
L. Christopher, Miller, 2008-ongoing
Rev. Andrew J. Thon, S.J., 1999-2008
Sherri N. Coe-Perkins, 1992-1999
James H. Scott, 1970-1992
Rev. Floyd D. Stanton, S.J., 1959-1963
Rev. George Bischofberger, S.J., 1958-1959
Rev. Raymond R. McAuley, S.J., 1956-1958

Restrictions:  Access to select records from the office of the Vice President for Student Affairs is restricted. Otherwise, access to these records is unrestricted. However, the researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming with the laws of libel, privacy, and copyright which may be involved in the use of these records. Consult an archivist for further information.

Subseries 2 Administrative Subject Files
Subseries 2.1 Administrative Subject Files, 1955-1997 (Restricted: Inventory in Archives)