The Office of the Dean of Students is made up of eight unique and specialized units providing valuable support services:
Provides free, short-term and confidential services focused on developing and educating students about mental health and wellness including teaching skills that help them self-reflect, problem solve, cope with difficult emotions, and establish healthy relationships and interactions with others.
Committed to seeking equitable access and opportunity for all, and to establish a well-informed environment of inclusion, while providing oversight to housing, dietary and/or academic accommodations to otherwise qualified individuals with documented disabilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
Exists to encourage inclusive excellence, educate the University and community, and examine the systems, policies, and processes at Holy Family University to ensure all persons across the spectrum of identity experience an equitable, accessible, and vibrant community in which to learn, work, and live. Coordinates the University Nondiscrimination Policy and related processes.
Provides a safe, confidential, respectful place for students to receive access to free basic health services and education for a healthy lifestyle.
Investigates alleged student misconduct, and works with students, faculty, and staff to promote academic integrity and appropriate conduct.
Oversees the University's process in regard to review, investigation, and resolution of reports of sexual harassment and sex- and gender-based misconduct, and coordinates compliance.