||VP for Student Affairs and Professor of Education - Reverend Dr. Anthony G. Dioh
The Reverend Dr. Anthony G. Dioh is Vice President for Student Affairs and Professor of
Education at Tubman University. Dr. Dioh received his doctorate in Education Administration from Madison University (2006), a Master of Arts - Administration and Higher Education from Michigan State University (1982), and a Bachelor of Arts - Theology from Cuttington College and Divinity School (Cuttington University) in 1975. He was awarded an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree by the Family Life Theological Seminary in 2004. Dr. Dioh is an ordained elder and member in full connection of the United Methodist Church.
The office of the Vice President for Student Affairs provides executive oversight and supervision for the Division of Student Affairs by maintaining student life standards at the University; developing and applying University policies within the Student Affairs areas of the University; coordinating budget requests from the Student Affairs areas of the University; reviewing and approving student life policies changes; determining and applying penalties for cases involving student judicial infractions; and representing the University at various regional and national student affairs meetings, among others.
The mission of the division is achieved through several program departments; these include academic support services (academic computing, admissions, registration, student development and learning support), athletics and recreation, career planning and placement, financial aid, residence life, student clubs and activities, student health and counseling services.