FAQ

I am seeking on-campus support for a non-traditional student/underrepresented identity. Who should I contact?

Welcome! Enrolled undergraduates with unique identities or who come from non-traditional backgrounds (i.e.veterans, undergraduates with children, undocumented students, women in STEM, etc.) can find staff support within the Inclusion and Belonging team. This area of the Dean of Students Office is made up of four offices and centers including:

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Is there a training period for new proctors?

Yes, proctors are expected to attend a three-day training period in August just before new student move-in day. Trainings are full-day and comprehensive, featuring resources from support offices (University Health Services, Academic Resource Center, Advising Programs Office).

Are there dates I must be in residence throughout the year?

Yes, proctors are generally expected to be present during the entire year, until spring exams conclude. There are also several required in-residence dates – including monthly meetings with one’s resident dean – when travel away from campus is restricted.