Dean of Students: J. Michael Hostetler
Vice President for Student Services/Dean of Students
Office: University Student Union (USU), Room 210
Telephone: (562) 985-8670
Rita Hayes, Director, Sports, Recreation and Leadership
J. Michael Hostetler, Associate Vice President, Student Services/
Dean of Students
Ken Kelly, Director, Student Transition and Retention Services
Jeffrey Klaus, Director, Student Life and Development
Glenn McDonald, Director of Intramural Sports
Jeane Relleve Caveness, Assistant Dean of Students
The Division of Student Services oversees a broad range of educational and student support service programs to assist students in achieving their academic goals and enhancing their personal, intellectual and social development. The division provides oversight and direction for more than 35 university programs and service areas that support students outside the classroom.
Through cooperation between the Associated Students, Inc. and the Student Services Division, a comprehensive program of intramural competition, club sports, and Sports, Recreation and Leadership courses are offered.
Open to all students, the intramural program affords students the opportunity to play in 25 different activities. To receive credit for this program, students may enroll in SRL 200. Play one league activity and assist in supervising a league.
Team activities are scheduled at varied times. League competition is available in 16 of the activities for men, women and co-educational participation. Students enrolled in the class must contact the Recreational Sports Office to sign up for their activities. Upon completion of each activity, the student must notify the Sports, Recreation and Intramural Office (PE Bldg., room 20) of their participation.
Students may participate in any of the club sports activities which are partially funded by the Associated Students, Inc., and administered through the Recreational Sports Office. Sports are: Aikido, alpine ski-snowboard, archery, bowling, crew, ice hockey, outdoor adventure, rugby, sailing, Shotokan Karate, soccer, surfing, Tae Kwon Do, triathlon, volleyball, ultimate Frisbee and water ski/wakeboard, jiu jitsu, Kung Fu, rollerhockey, running, triathlon, capoeira, breakdancing, waterpolo. Students registering for SRL 210 must attend regular practices and competitions, assist the club with fund raisers and adhere to club rules and regulations. For information on practice times and meeting locations, contact the individual club coach or president. Visit the Sports, Recreation and Leadership website (email@example.com) or visit the Sport, Rereaction and Intramural Office (PE Bldg., Room 20).
In addition to participation in club sport activities, students may receive credit for leadership training and service performed with some university-sponsored programs by registering in SRL 210L.
Students may apply no more than four (4) semester units of lower-division SRL courses toward the baccalaureate degree within the 20-unit maximum on activity units generally, except that the combined total of lower division SRL activity units must not exceed four (4) units and the total of lower division KIN activity units must not exceed eight (8) units.
The California State University is committed to providing equal opportunities to men and women CSU students in all campus programs, including intercollegiate athletics.