The Dean of Students is the chief student advocate and is responsible for the overall success and wellbeing of our students. To accomplish this, the Dean collaborates with other departments including Academic Affairs, Academic Excellence, Admissions, Career and Professional Development, Counseling Services, Disability Services, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Financial Aid, Office of the Registrar, and Student Accounts. The Dean also collaborates with faculty before and after issues arise concerning students’ academic and emotional well-being. As an Assistant Title IX Coordinator, the Dean of Students guides students who may have concerns about conduct that falls under the school’s Title IX Sexual Harassment Policy (Student Respondent) and Sex Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct Policy (Student Respondent).
The Office of the Dean of Students is responsible for:
- Assistance with Bar Applications and Admission
- Code of Conduct
- Counseling Services
- Dean Certifications
- Disability Services
- Final Exam Variances
- Law School Application Amendments and Updates
- Law School Catalog
- Leaves of Absence or Withdrawals
- Liaison for Student Bar Association and Student Organizations
- Student Practice Certifications outside of Minnesota
- Student Wellbeing
For additional information, contact Lynn LeMoine email@example.com by email, telephone (651-290-7668), or in person in Room 119.