Student Affairs Assessment and Planning provides leadership and support to units within the Division of Student Affairs to understand and enhance student success, maximize efficiencies with integrity, and enable change through evaluation, research, analysis, and university systems.

A high performance team that partners with units across campus to provide leadership in analysis, assessment, and planning to implement nationally-recognized strategies and solutions that will enhance the student experience.

Student Affairs Assessment and Planning

Douglas Sweet, DirectorDoug Sweet Headshot

Emily Feuer, Assistant Director Emily Feuer Headshot

Diane DiClementi, Business Analyst

Jeanine Pawlik, Senior Business Analyst

Patrick Traub, Business Analyst

Student Affairs Assessment Council

The Student Affairs Assessment Council provides leadership for and conducts assessment that complement department assessment efforts and measures identified division outcomes. In addition, the council facilitates the sharing of assessment strategies and ways to improve student learning in departments and programs within the Division of Student Affairs.


Advocacy Center for Sexual Violence Mary McCarthy
Behavioral Health and Applied Research Karen Sokolowski
Campus Center Management Karla Jaime-Benitez
Campus Recreation Sarah Wolanin
Career & Professional Development Stephanie Carson
Community Standards Brian Stephenson
Counseling and Psychological Services Karen Sokolowski
Disability Resource Center Carrie Snyder
Enrollment Marketing Beth Novak
Financial Aid Diane DiClementi
Intercultural Student Engagement Courtney D'Allaird
Orientation and Transition Programs Meghan Popcun
Registrar Karen Chico-Hurst
Residential Life Brittany Bookman
Michael Cattani
Student CARE Services Sally D’Alessandro
Student Health Services Judy Squadere
Student Accounts Rachael Malison
Student Activities Pamela Alexander
Undergraduate Admissions Tyler Lowell