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business affairs (Bassuener, 1972).

In 1966, Mr. Richard Koehler was hired as the very first

Director

of

Housing.

His

unit

maintained

a

close

liaison

with business affairs up until the Student Affairs division

endured

yet

another

restructuring

in

1969.

It

was

Dr.

David

Hogue, who became the Dean of Student Affairs in

who

was

responsible

for

the

reorganization.

The

1968, Dean of

Student Affairs became the Vice President of Student Affairs

and the offices of two Associate Deans of Student Affairs

replaced

those

of

the

Dean

of

Men

and

Dean

of

Women.

Dr.

Norene Smith, who had been acting Dean of Women upon the retirement of Dean Cartwright in 1969, became an Associate

Dean.

Dr.

Reid

Horle,

who

had

served

as

the

Director

of

Admissions and Extended Services since 1963, did as well.

Eventually Dr. Horle became the sole Associate Dean of Student

Affairs (Bassuener, 1972).

Due to the reorganization of the Student Affairs division,

the Housing Office loosened its ties with business affairs

and

directly

responded

to

the

Student

Affairs

Office.

The

office was moved from Main Hall to the basement of Wilder Hall.

Then in 1970, after Wilder was closed as a residence hall, the

building was remodeled and the Housing Office moved to its present location on second floor (Koehler, 1986).

Initially, Mr. Koehler had two Assistant Directors of

Housing

under

his

leadership.

The

first

Assistant

Directors

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