The Division of

Student Affairs

Our people, programs and services are here to help students succeed. We measure our success, by measuring yours.

Brandon K. Dumas, Ph.D.

Vice President for Student Affairs | Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
Office: (903) 274-4293 | bkdumas@wileyc.edu

Our people, programs and services are here to help you succeed.

The Division of Student Affairs exists primarily to support and enhance the College’s academic mission of educating students. Education does not stop at the classroom door, but continues in outside settings where opportunities exist for emotional, moral, social and spiritual development. The Division works to support and enhance the College’s academic purpose of educating students.

Career Services

Offering a multitude of services to assist students and alumni on their pathway to success.

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Student Health, Counseling & Wellness

Committed to cultivating student wellness, and we are available whenever you are in need

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Upcoming Student Events

The Division of Student Affairs is committed to educating our students in reaching their highest potential.

Our Mission

The Division of Student Affairs is committed to supporting and enhancing the College’s academic purpose of educating students through the implementation of co-curricular programs, activities and administrative services that focus on the development of the whole student in a Christian and intellectually stimulating environment.

Because we embrace a philosophy that learning takes place in a variety of educational settings, a complement of division and other campus resources (e.g., residence halls, student union and activities) are used to promote out-of-classroom learning and student engagement.

Our Vision

Students will graduate from Wiley College as competent, responsible and well-educated members of society. They will demonstrate integrity, tolerance and the ability to make ethical decisions in a life in which they are committed to making a difference. The Division will be recognized by students and constituents as an outstanding student-centered, service oriented division which anticipates and plans for the needs of its students beyond the classroom.