Student’s Affairs

Student Affairs

Vision:

“With you from start to finish”.

The Directorate of Student Affairs is dedicated to supporting bright minds and student success at LUAWMS. With this goal in mind, we provide a broad range of extraordinary services and programs to both our diverse campus community and our prospective student and parent audiences under one central portfolio. Our staff and programs are available to you from start to finish – from your first contact with LUAWMS throughout your academic career, right through to graduation.

Background / Introduction:

The Directorate of Student Affairs kicked off the services with commence of LUAWMS in August 2005. This is headed by Director Students Affairs (DSA) who is assisted by Assistant Directors Student’s Affairs. This Department, like others within the higher education system, seeks to serve the needs of the students.
The Student Affairs Office offers a variety of services to students and facilitates their co-curricular activities. This office functions as the friend and guide of a student, administering to his needs from the time he makes the first inquiry regarding admission to the University to the time he graduates.

The office of Director Students Affairs is responsible for academic advising and support services delivery at University. An important function of this office is to promote extra-curricular activities amongst the students, provide them healthy outlets in sports and games, furnish them forums for cultivation of literary and artistic potentialities and make their stay on the campus a rich experience of multi-dimensional growth.

Student Affairs Values:

As members of an inclusive community, we visualize to:

  • Promote Excellence among the Students
  • Galvanize Leadership & Service
  • Exploration & Creativity of the Students
  • Inculcate Respect for Others
  • Aside Diversity, Bring to uni-platform
  • Enhance Communication among the students Provide Health Services.
  • Provide Health Services.

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