The Student Affairs team is here to provide students with a rewarding college experience. The department offers a variety of programs and services that embrace inclusion, integrity, and innovation for students who learn best by doing.
- Student clubs and organizations
- Help finding internship and career opportunities
- Veteran and Military student resources
- Housing & residential life
The department is here to support Dunwoody students and help them build a community that leads to a great college experience.
While at Dunwoody, we encourage you to join one of our student groups on campus. Connecting with peers around academic interests or just for fun will enhance your overall college experience. Learn about Dunwoody’s student organizations. >
You have the right to feel safe and respected at Dunwoody. If you or someone you know is experiencing sexual harassment or discrimination, please contact us as soon as possible.
For questions on Dunwoody policies, please see the Dunwoody College of Technology Student Handbook.
We want to ensure that all students have an opportunity to be successful in college. If you require learning accommodations, please inform Dunwoody as soon as possible.
If there are things we can do to enhance your college experience, please fill out the Student Request Form and schedule a meeting with the Dean of Students.
For domestic abuse or women’s advocacy
Crisis Hotline: 1.866.223.1111
Address: 1000 E 80th St. Bloomington, MN 55420
Office Phone: 952.884.0376
For health and pregnancy-related services
Address: 1200 Lagoon Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55408
University of Minnesota Community Health Care Center
For health and pregnancy related services
Address: 2001 Bloomington Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55404
For more information on how the College might assist you, please reach out to the Student Affairs office at email@example.com.
Know Your Rights
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”), 20 U.S.C. §1681 et seq., is a Federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex—including pregnancy and parental status—in educational programs and activities.
For more information on the ways Dunwoody must comply with Title IX, visit the U.S. Department of Education webpage.
As a Dunwoody student, you are required to meet or exceed a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 and successfully complete 67% of the courses attempted. If you fall short in either of those areas, a warning and probationary process may follow. Keep those grades up and go to class and this will never apply to you! If it does, we have a plan in place to get you back on track.
Early fall and spring semester, all students receive a request to complete Dunwoody’s MapWorks survey. This assessment is about a students’ transition into and through college and helps Dunwoody identify possible challenges and/or areas where additional support may be needed. Results of this survey are taken very seriously and used to make improvements at Dunwoody each year.
The Dunwoody Student experience reflects a highly engaged, comprehensive, student-centered environment where students’ mastery of their academic, social, and professional goals prepares them as leaders in their chosen career fields.
The mission of Dunwoody’s Student Affairs team is to inspire and support students’ academic and social engagement at the college through the cultivation of programs and services that demonstrate inclusion, integrity, and innovation grounded in a career-focused framework.
Monday – Thursday: 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday: 7 a.m. – 4 p.m.
The Student Affairs team is located in the Pinska Center on the Green Level as well as the Career Services Center (Room 36) on the Green Level.
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Student Affairs Learning Outcomes
Knowledge Acquisition: Students who utilize or interact with Student Affairs programs, activities, and services will be encouraged to apply knowledge that supports their academic, professional, and personal growth.
Personal Development: Students who utilize or interact with Student Affairs programs, activities, and services will develop a positive sense of self and a commitment to personal responsibility, integrity, and wellness.
Interpersonal Competence: Students who utilize or interact with Student Affairs programs, activities, and services will establish healthy, respectful, and meaningful relationships with others.
Inclusion and Identity: Students who utilize or interact with Student Affairs programs, activities, and services will be exposed and challenged to form greater awareness and understanding around diverse experiences, ideas, backgrounds, and identities.
Civic Engagement / Service Learning: Students who utilize or interact with Student Affairs programs, activities, and services will be developed to use their skills and leverage their networks to give back to the greater Twin Cities Community.
Cognitive Skills: Students who utilize or interact with Student Affairs programs, activities, and services will learn effective decision-making skills grounded in careful, objective analysis of information, experiences, and ideas.
Professional and Leadership Development: Students who utilize or interact with Student Affairs programs, activities, and services will learn and/or enhance the professional and leadership skills established by their field/industry.