The Office of Student Affairs strives to educate students in all aspects of human living outside the formal academic environment. It supports the mission of the University by fostering personal and social growth, civic responsibility and the development of life skills within the context of Catholic values.
Students are expected to be involved in the educational process, which occurs in the classroom and extends beyond the classroom into the University and civic community. Participation in various forms of the educational process presents students with opportunities to teach, learn and grow. Students are expected to demonstrate responsibility for their own lives and futures as well as reach beyond themselves and exhibit concern for others.
Offices and Resources
Approximately 60 complimentary bicycles are available to students each semester as part of Salve’s Choices bicycle loan program. Bicycles are loaned on a first-come, first-served basis, and helmets and locks are also provided.
The program also serves students who have their own bicycles and need repairs. Located on the ground level of Wakehurst, the bicycle shop is normally open from 1-4 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays during the semester.
For more information, or to reserve a bicycle, email Paul Cardoza at email@example.com.
The Center for Student Development facilitates student success and transformation by supporting and promoting integrative learning and a high-quality student experience.
Counseling Services assists students with social, emotional, academic and psychological issues in order to help students remain in school and benefit from their opportunities at Salve Regina.
The Dean of Students Office supports and advocates for students through life at Salve Regina. Staff can listen, advise, make referrals and help connect students with other administrators and departments on campus. The office also oversees the student conduct system.
Health Services is committed to promoting physical health and wellness for all students in the Salve Regina community.
The Office of Multicultural Programs and Retention facilitates the engagement of differences in a comprehensive manner and enhances the multicultural competencies across the University community with broad opportunities for cross-cultural engagement and dialogue.
The Office of Residence Life oversees the residence halls and on-campus student residents at Salve Regina. The goal is to provide high quality services, facilities, information, advice and support regarding on-campus living.
The Office of Safety and Security considers the safety, security and well-being of Salve Regina’s students, faculty, staff and visitors its highest priority.
The Office of Student Activities offers a variety of involvement opportunities for students. Programs and initiatives teach students to become stronger leaders, develop positive relationships, respect their peers and community and immerse themselves in their interests.