Student Affairs has a new feature for the staff titled “Just the Facts”. This regular communication will highlight some of the amazing things happening in Student Affairs in a quick, simple, and easy-to-read manner. What we do as SA educators and staff members demonstrates our commitment to student success, public service and regional transformation.
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Student Affairs Supporting Denim Day Movement
April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month and the Division of Student Affairs will once again be supporting the Denim Day movement. This international campaign began following a court case in Italy where a young girl was told by the Supreme Court that she could not have been raped because she was wearing tight jeans. Denim Day is now recognized across the world as a way to raise awareness around sexual assault, prevention efforts, and supporting survivors.
On April 25th, all members of the ECU Division of Student Affairs are encouraged to participate in Denim Day and wear denim to demonstrate a unified show of support for the movement. The Division will also provide a “Sexual Violence: Not On My Campus” button to those wishing to participate on Denim Day. To wear denim, you have to wear the button.
Main Campus Student Center
Construction Update: With the days getting longer and the cold weather coming to an end, the Student Center Project has been making noticeable progress to the project site. The west parking lot has been graded and the concrete curb has been placed. The exterior curtain wall is closing in the Student Center building and tile is being laid int he basement and bathrooms. The parking deck precast stair towers have been erected, and the barrier cable is being placed throughout the building. The Regional Plants testing of mechanical systems is ongoing and the building has permanent power.
The Division of Student Affairs celebrated some amazing accomplishments in 2015-16. Please enjoy the 2015-16 Annual Report that chronicles the divisions commitments to student success, public service and regional transformation.
Click here to view the Annual Report for 2015-16