Gregg Heinselman, associate vice chancellor, leads the Division of Student Affairs that provides facilities, programs and services that complement the academic experience to fulfill the university's mission of student learning, engagement and success.
Below you will find descriptions of the departments as they are structured within Student Affairs. Click a department name for more information.
Provides comprehensive assistance with choosing a major, exploring career options, finding and applying for internships and jobs, as well as selecting and applying to graduate school. Recognizes the importance of helping students discover, develop, and apply their combination of interests, experiences and values to find a meaningful career.
Offers on-campus professional mental health counseling services, clinical services contracted through River Falls Medical Clinic and Pierce County Reproductive Health, holistic educational and preventative initiatives and programming.
Provides quality childcare services for UW-River Falls students, faculty, staff and the community. Serves as a fieldwork site for academic programs including Early Childhood Education and Elementary Education, Communicative Disorders, Social Work, Counseling and School Psychology.
Helps students understand the value of living civilly and engaging in healthy behaviors that support the academic mission of UWRF. Offers reasonable accommodations to students who have documented disabilities to support student success.
It's the campus gathering place for students, faculty, staff, alumni and guests offering a variety of meeting rooms and dining options. Conveniently located near the center of campus, it houses the Campus Information Desk, Campus Reservations, Conference and Event Services, Dining Services, Production Services, Involvement Center, Student Life, New Student and Family Programs, Falcon Shop, First National Bank, and Division of Student Affairs administrative offices.