About the Dean of Students Office
From their first day at Illinois State as new students, to their walk across the stage at Commencement, the Dean of Students Office assists students throughout their collegiate journey.
Through a variety of services, solutions, and support, the Dean of Students Office helps students apply what they learn in the classroom to real-life practice. Whether they are interested in joining or starting a registered student organization, participating in cultural learning experiences, or seeking to develop their leadership skills, the Dean of Students Office helps students find their way as they discover their passion at Illinois State.
Dean on Duty
We are here when you have a question or need assistance and don't know who to ask.
Unsure how the Dean on Duty can help?
The Dean on Duty is available to listen, assist in gathering information, serve as a referral source, or help students/family members navigate through the University. Students most commonly consult with the Dean on Duty when they are managing an extended absence, considering withdrawal from the current semester, overwhelmed by a family or personal emergency, or have a concern about a class or instructor.
Are you a faculty or staff member seeking assistance for a student?
The Guide to Helping Students Get Help is designed to help faculty/staff know where to refer a student for help. The Dean on Duty is also available by phone or walk-in to consult with faculty and staff members.
Central Office Staff
Dr. Andy Morgan
Assistant Vice President and Dean of Students
Marketing and Events Coordinator
Graduate Assistant, Case Management
Commencement and Special Events Coordinator
Samantha Vazquez, attorney at law