The Student Life Office
The Student Life Office oversees the division of Student Life and provides support to students, faculty, staff, families and community members.
Our central purpose is to help students access campus and support resources, particularly during difficult situations. We work with students and relevant campus partners to address challenges and problems, and help advance ideas for positive change on campus.
The Student Life Office serves as a resource for Reed students and community members through:
- referrals to academic support and health services
- guidance on campus policies
- assistance with institutional wayfinding
- coordination of leaves and withdrawals
- intake and response to student concerns
- dean’s certification and other requests for information
The staff in the Student Life Office possess an effective understanding of College policies, procedures, and community life and work with students, staff, faculty and families to address conflicts, eliminate barriers to success, and connect with campus and community resources.
Student Life Annual Report 2022-2023
Are you concerned for a student?
The Student Life Office provides consultation, resources and outreach in partnership with offices across the division of Student Life and the college to address concerns for students in a sensitive and compassionate manner. Please visit Concerned for a Student? for more information.
Please contact our staff for assistance.
NSSE - National Survey of Student Engagement
NSSE collects information about first-year and senior students' participation in programs and activities that institutions provide for their learning and personal development. The results provide an estimate of how undergraduates spend their time and what they gain from attending college.
The survey link will be sent to all first-year and senior students on Feb. 21st and the unique links will also be posted on the students' Moodle page (look for the owl graphic!). Reminder emails will be sent through mid-March in order to increase participation rate.
Reed Staff will be 'tabling' in front of GCC at lunch time and available to answer any questions you have about the survey on: Feb. 22nd, Feb. 27th, and March 5th.
If you have questions about the survey, please contact Meghan Wieters (Data & Systems Analyst for Student Life) at firstname.lastname@example.org