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Department of Student Affairs - Contact Us

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Department of Student Affairs - Contact Us

The Department of Student Affairs consists of Student Affairs, Admissions, Enrollment Services, Mental Health Wellness Counseling, Learning and Disability Resources, Student Life, Student Wellness, and the National Center for American Indian Health Professions. Student Affairs is under the direction of the Vice President for Student Affairs.

  • Student Affairs Leadership +

    • The Department of Student Affairs is under the leadership of the Vice President for Student Affairs with a distributed leadership model shared between the Arizona and Missouri campuses. Staff for each of the offices within Student Affairs are located on both campuses and provide university‐wide support for all ATSU students.

      Student Affairs

      Lori Haxton, MA
      Vice President
      660.626.2236
      lhaxton@atsu.edu

      Beth Poppre, EdD, MEd
      Associate Vice President- Student Affairs
      480.248.8137
      bpoppre@atsu.edu

      Admissions

      Dave Koenecke, DC
      Assistant Vice President- Admissions

      Enrollment Services (Registrar and Student Financial Aid)

      Deanna Hunsaker, DHEd, MBA
      Assistant Vice President- Enrollment Services

      Learning & Disability Resources

      Jennifer McNeely, MA
      Director

      Mental Health Wellness Counseling

      Beth Poppre, EdD, MEd
      Associate Vice President- Student Affairs

      Student Life

      Mykel Estes, MEd
      Director

      Wellness Programs

      Dan Martin, MA
      Director

      National Center for American Indian Health Professions

      Vikki Driving Hawk, MEd
      Director

  • University Catalog and Handbook +

    • The ATSU University Catalog and University Student Handbook provide students with information, policies and protocols related to expectations ATSU has of students as a member of the dynamic university community. It also informs students of their rights and responsibilities as a student.

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