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Future Student Affairs Professionals Program

Welcome 2016 - 2017 Future Student Affairs Professionals Program (FSAPP)

FSAPP is a mentorship opportunity for students interested in learning more about the profession of Student Affairs. Students will be paired with a mentor (someone who works on campus) for the academic year.  Various opportunities will be provided throughout the year to help you gain invaluable experience from mentors and explore future career possibilities. Like with most things,the more you put into it,the more you'll get out of it!


Program History

The mentorship program was started in 2009 - 2010 by Dr. Beth Hellwig, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, and Jacqueline Bonneville who was the Coordinator of New Student Orientation at the time. The program was coordinated by various student affairs professionals until being merged with the Future Student Affairs Professionals student organization in 2014.

Previous Coordinators of FSAPP

2009-2010:  Jacqueline Bonneville, New Student Orientation
2010-2011:  Staci Heidtke, Career Services
2011-2012:  Kim Wellnitz, Advising
2012-2013:  Danielle Widmer, Admissions
2013-2014:  Libby Thurston, Continuing Education
2014-2015:  Andy Arends, Admissions & John Reichert, Housing & Residence Life
2015-2016:  Andy Arends, Admissions & John Reichert, Housing & Residence Life
2016-2017:  Andy Arends, Admissions & John Reichert, Advising, Retention + Career Center