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livlihood of the college student. Student Development Theory - A philosophy which emphasises

human development as the objective of the college environment.

By providing social, educational and recreational facilities

within the residence hall, the college student will be better

able to handle all that life brings (DeCoster, Mable, 1974)

Dean of Men - The individual at the University of

Wisconsin-La Crosse who was responsible for the affairs of

male college students.

Dean of Women - The individual at the University of

Wisconsin-La Crosse who was responsible for the affairs of

the female college students.

Dean of Student Affairs - The individual who is in charge of all of the Student Affairs departments at the

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse namely; Housing, Financial

Aids, Counseling and Testing, Special Services, Student

Activities and the Health Center.

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