Vice Provost for Student Affairs: Greg Boardman
Web Site: http://stanford.edu/dept/vpsa
Student Affairs supports the academic mission of the University by fostering a climate conducive to living and learning in a diverse community. The division encompasses programs and services for undergraduates and graduate students which include the Office of Residential Education, University Registrar, Vaden Health Center, Career Development Center, Office of Accessible Education, Graduate Life Office, Haas Center for Public Service, Judicial Affairs, Bechtel International Center, Asian American Activities Center, Black Community Services Center, El Centro Chicano, LGBT Community Resources Center, Native American Cultural Center, Women's Community Center, and Office of Student Activities. The Vice Provost for Student Affairs reports directly to the Provost and is responsible for providing leadership, policy direction, administrative support for budget, personnel, facilities, and development, as well as oversight of the efficiency and effectiveness of each of the division's units. The Vice Provost interacts with the President, the Provost, the University Cabinet, faculty, schools, department representatives, students, and parents. The Vice Provost also serves as an ex officio member of the Senate of the Academic Council.