The Assistant Dean’s office is responsible for all aspects of student life and is often the first place for students to turn when they encounter problems. Because the assistant dean is a tutor, he or she is able to offer advice about matters related to the classroom and to academic matters in general. Working directly with the assistant dean is the director of student services, who oversees areas of campus life such as housing and student activities.
Both help students learn how to live together in a small academic community and both are available to talk over issues related to campus life, health or safety, or personal matters. They may also refer students to both on and off campus resources. Together the assistant dean and director of student services help to uphold the standards of conduct the St. John’s community sets for itself.
The director of student services in Annapolis and the director of residential life in Santa Fe are each campus’s Title IX coordinators. View the college’s Title IX policies and procedures.
The assistant deans are the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) coordinators for each respective campus. Learn how to request accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.