The Student Life division oversees the centers for civic engagement, health and counseling, and student support and case management; the offices of residence life, religious and spiritual life, diversity and inclusion, and disability services; and major events such as Family Weekend and New Student Orientation, among other programs, services and events.
We are dedicated to the physical, emotional and mental well-being of every Davidson student. Learn about the many Student Support Services that are available to help meet student needs ranging from health and safety to academic assistance.
If you are concerned about the well-being of a student, we invite you to contact us by reporting your concern. Any information provided will be confidentially delivered to the Dean of Students office.
The Dean of Students Office provides a number of resources, guides and referral forms to help support students who are experiencing difficulties.
The college has a strict Sexual Misconduct policy, and provides guidelines and resources for students.
The Dean of Students Office provides students with the basic logistical steps when going on personal leave as well as returning to the college.
The Student Handbook describes the expectations for student behavior and conduct in the Davidson community, and outlines the college's policies, regulations, and procedures.
The Dean of Students Office wants to ensure that all new students and their families are fully integrated into the Davidson College community. New Student Orientation is a three-day event that takes places the week before the start of the fall semester; Family Weekend is typically held at the end of October.
Our team of seasoned educators is dedicated to helping students prepare for lives of leadership and service.