Associate Director Campus Engagemet
The Associate Director of Campus Engagement is responsible for managing the event planning process for all events hosted in the Armstrong Student Center, and is primarily responsible for events hosted by campus departments and off-campus entities (e.g. camps/conferences, weddings, etc.). Additionally, this position maintains and cultivates positive campus relationships with key stakeholders critical to the success of the Armstrong Student Center—this includes departments within the Division of Student Life, Campus Services, Enrollment Management & Student Success, University Advancement, academic colleges, and administrative departments. Finally, the Associate Director is responsible for the supervision and development of the Commuter Resource Center located within the Armstrong Student Center.
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