Greetings from the Dean of Students office
For some students, hearing “Dean of Students Office” may elicit memories of the high school principal’s office. And while it is true that the Dean of Students Office at UW-Platteville serves as the administrative office for student conduct, we are so much more! The Dean of Students Office is just one of many resources available to our Pioneers, parents, staff, and faculty. Our office plays a critical role in helping students navigate the campus environment and strives to promote a holistic learning experience by providing programs and services that develop students intellectually, socially, and ethically. Our staff advocates for students and assists them in making positive connections with faculty, staff, and other students. Our office encourages honesty, integrity, and respect among UW-Platteville students as well as promotes responsibility by accepting consequences of behavior. We also provide support for a variety of student concerns, including illness, academic trouble, and other personal emergencies.
Please take some time to explore the information shared on our page to learn more about the Dean of Students Office and our commitment to student success.
If you have a question or are having trouble finding some information, you may contact our office at 608.342.1854; firstname.lastname@example.org or you may visit our office in Suite 2300 of the Markee Pioneer Student Center.
Mission of the Dean of Students Office
The Dean of Students Office works to create a culture of care for students, their families, faculty, and staff. We strive to promote a safe and welcoming campus community, which includes holding students accountable to the Pioneer Student Conduct Code while treating individuals with consistency and respect. We provide education, advocacy, and support to encourage and empower all students to achieve success in their academic, social, and personal development at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.
The Dean of Students office strives to promote a holistic learning experience by providing programs and services that develop students intellectually, socially, and ethically through our four key principles:
Concerned about a student?
Report your concern to the Behavioral Review and Recommendation Team.
The University of Wisconsin-Platteville is committed to creating a safe and informed campus community. In compliance with federal guidelines, the Clery Report provides information about UW-Platteville crime and safety statistics.
Wisconsin State Statute 36.11(22) requires states that "any person employed at an institution who witnesses a sexual assault on campus or receives a report from a student enrolled in the institution that the student has been sexually assaulted shall report to the dean of students of the institution." Please view this brochure to identify victim rights and resources that may be provided to a student who shares this information with you.
Sexual Assault Incident Mandated Reporting Form **This form is to be utilized by all UW-Platteville employees**
UW-Platteville has designated individuals with the following titles as “responsible employees":
- Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Title IX Coordinators
- The Chancellor, Vice Chancellors, Assistant Chancellors, and Assistant Vice Chancellors
- Dean of Students & Assistant Dean of Students
- Chief of Police, Sergeant, Officers, Program Assistants, & University Resource Officers
- Director of Residence Life, Assistant Director of Residence Life, Senior Assistants, & Resident Assistants
- Director and Assistant Director of Human Resources
- College Deans, Associate Deans, and Assistant Deans
A “responsible employee” is defined as an employee:
- Who has the authority to take action to redress sexual misconduct;
- Who has been given the duty of reporting incidents of sexual misconduct by students or employees to the Title IX coordinator or other appropriate school designee; or
- Who a student could reasonably believe has this authority or duty.
If a “responsible employee” becomes aware of an act of sexual violence or sexual harassment involving a student or employee, they are required to report it to the university which will prompt an investigation. If the name of an alleged perpetrator/respondent is disclosed to a UW-Platteville “responsible employee”, victims/complainants should be advised that this will initiate contact with the respondent by an official of the university.
Please use the Responsible Employee Reporting Form to fulfill your reporting obligations. **Please only utilize this form if you are a Responsible Employee, as defined above.**
If you have further questions about this form or the process, please contact Janelle Crowley (Title IX Coordinator), Sherry Nevins, Kate Demerse, or Christine Buswell (Deputy Title IX Coordinators).