Life on the DWU campus is about balance. Balance between spontaneous
fun with friends and organized student activities. Balance between academics
and leisure time spent watching athletics, hanging out in the residence
halls or recreation on the campus grounds. Balance between exploring the
new opportunities you’re faced with and maintaining a spiritual,
physical and mental wellness.
Student Life is here to help you find that balance.
The Department of Student Life seeks to empower you to take ownership
of your future by providing you opportunities, in a Christian-centered
community, to develop your character, identify your strengths and gain
an understanding of the global community.
The Department of Student Life provides services, activities and resources
that will enrich your experience and enhance your intellectual, personal,
professional and social development.
Student Life Core Values
Advocacy – To advocate for your rights and needs
and promote an inclusive, responsible and just community.
Challenge – To challenge you through activities
and programs that provide you a chance to question the status quo and
be inspired to create positive change.
Balance – To encourage a balanced life by providing
opportunities to learn, make healthy lifestyle choices, develop a sense
of priority and have fun.
Spirituality – To provide an environment that
is accommodating and encouraging for you to explore your faith and the
faiths of others.
Community – To encourage and promote a community
that is inclusive and accepting to all people as exhibited through expected
behaviors and policies.
Independence – To encourage you to develop your
sense of self and take responsibility for your actions and situations
with the support of our staff and services.
Call: 866-943-5787 |
The Campus Conduct Hotline
is a confidential, independent, call-in service that provides a
simple, anonymous way for you to help preserve the values and reputation
of our institution. The hotline offers an easy, comfortable way
to report activity or behavior you may observe or experience on
campus that is harmful, unethical, questionable, or causes you or
someone else personal injury.