Dean of Students (University) Salary
The average pay for a Dean of Students (University) is $117,234 per year.
Job Description for Dean of Students (University)
A university dean of students is an education administrator who helps to oversee student welfare at their university. Often, the dean acts as a liaison between the student body and the rest of the college's administration, helping to facilitate communication and provide student feedback. The dean also may be the final arbiter on disciplinary actions, as well as the executor of regulations and rules regarding safe student conduct on campus. Other tasks performed by the dean of students may include overseeing student activities, managing campus services, allocating funds to student organizations, and providing guidance and assistance to individual students. The dean of students must stay up to date on common student concerns and communicate them to university administration as needed to develop effective solutions.Read More...
Most individuals who work as a dean of students have a strong background in education administration, including a postgraduate degree in a field related to psychology and education. Typically, a dean of students must have substantial experience working as an assistant dean or lower-level administrator. These professionals often live on or near their university campus and work during regular business hours, although additional hours may be needed for events and meetings.
Dean of Students (University) Tasks
- Deliver effective and quality services to students including student housing, counseling, student conduct, student activities and programs, disability services, international student advising.
- Meet the needs of a diverse campus population, foster student development and promote involvement in campus life.
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