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Concordia University Irvine - WASC Resource Guide

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WASC is visiting! What better way to give the visiting team a pleasant visit than giving them everything they need right at their fingertips. WASC Resource Guide created by Deborah Lee and Veronica Steele

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Concordia University Irvine - WASC Resource Guide

  1. 1. WASC resource guide March 2014
  2. 2. “Concordia Universi by the Great Comm Jesus and the Luthe empowers students arts and professiona learning, service an
  3. 3. “Concordia University Irvine, guided by the Great Commission of Christ Jesus and the Lutheran Confessions, empowers students through the liberal arts and professional studies for lives of learning, service and leadership.” MISSION STATEMENT ity Irvine, guided mission of Christ eran Confessions, s through the liberal al studies for lives of nd leadership.”
  4. 4. WI-FI Name: CUI_WASC Password: wasc2014access PHONE To dial outside of CUI, please press 7. Important ContactS Campus Safety | (949) 214-3000, Campus.Safety@cui.edu IT | (949) 214-3175, ITS@cui.edu Peter Senkbeil | (949) 872-6508, Peter.Senkbeil@cui.edu Deborah Lee | (415) 710-6866, Deborah.Lee@cui.edu
  5. 5. 1 | Letter from the President 1 | Letter from the ASCUI President 2 | Campus Map 3 | Schedule 5 | Executive Council Spotlight 8 | Board of Regents and Board of Trustees 9 | A Closer Look • #AskWASC • Core Curriculum • Around the World Semester • Living Learning Communities • President’s Showcase • Student Leadership 13 | Department Contact List 14 | What’s Nearby 15 | Notes Table of Contents
  6. 6. Dear WASC Visiting Team Members, On behalf of the students, faculty and staff at Concordia University, I welcome you to our beautiful campus in Irvine. I believe you will find everyone you meet here at Concordia friendly and willing to help answer all of your questions. We appreciate very much your willingness to volunteer many hours of your time to review our documents and to provide candid assessments of our current status and of our plans for the future. We whole-heartedly endorse the concept of peer review and acknowledge the significant benefits gained through the self-study process and the self-improvement provided through the accreditation process. Blessings on your important work! Kurt Krueger President LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT Hello, my name is Jamie Rivera and I am this academic year’s Associated Students of Concordia University Irvine’s (ASCUI) President. It is my honor to take part in welcoming you to Concordia University Irvine. I feel very blessed to have this opportunity to serve the student body and give back to the university that built and strengthened my character. My time here at Concordia has helped me mature and develop a skill set that I would not have obtained elsewhere. I’ve had the opportunity to develop leadership skills through my service on ASCUI as a Senator my sophomore year, and as an ASCUI Executive Board Officer both my junior and senior years. Additionally, I’ve strengthened my professionalism though volunteering as a Peer Advising Leader (PAL), which is a position that I held my sophomore year at the office of First Year Experience (FYE). I’ve served abroad on a university led mission trip to Ghana, which strengthened my faith. Further, I’ve enriched my academic experience through a study abroad term this past May in Scotland,which was led by one of Concordia’s history professors. My involvement at Concordia thus far has truly impacted my life in a positive manner, and I am excited for you to hear other student’s stories LETTER FROM THE ASCUI PRESIDENT that are unique to their individual journey. Please enjoy your time here; it is my hope that your observations and conversations with students will help you understand why I fell in love with this university. Blessings, Jamie Rivera‘14 1
  7. 7. 1530ConcordiaWest,Irvine,CA92612 www.cui.edu SoccerField &Track Baseball Softball TennisCourts Main ParkingLot 14 15 7 56 8 9 16 20 19 32 2 1 1 4 17 18 10 11 12 13 N 405 Concordia West UniversityDrive Ridgeline Drive Tu rtle Rock Drive ConcordiaEast FrenchHill (ProtectedLandReserve) WilliamR.Mason RegionalPark Residential Residential CAMPUSKEY 1-GateHouse2 4-Administration 5-FoundersHall 6-GrimmHallNorth 7-GrimmHallSouth 8-Library,Arts&Theater, EmendareCoffeeHouse 9-CUCenter 10-PerformingArtsAnnex 11-HallerbergCenter 12-Bookstore 13-Ctr.StudentLeadership Development 14-Gym 15-StudentUnion 16-LowerQuad 17-UpperQuad 18-ChiRho,RPC 19-ChiSigma 20-GateHouse1 21-GoodShepherdChapel
  8. 8. 3 PRE-VISIT | TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 TIME Jonathan Parker, Chair Nancy Lecourt, Assistant Chair Alexander Granados George Latter Seri Luangphinith Richard Osborn, WASC VP 3:00-4:00 pm Arrival at Hotel: Wyndham Irvine – Orange County Airport 4:00-6:00 pm Team executive session to confirm assignments, refine areas of exploration, plan visit methods, review schedule (Hotel) 6:00 pm Team dinner DAY ONE | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26 TIME Jonathan Parker, Chair Nancy Lecourt, Assistant Chair Alexander Granados George Latter Seri Luangphinith Richard Osborn, WASC VP 7:45 am Team travels to CUI 8:00-8:30 am Meeting with the ALO and EEC Leadership Team: orientation to team room, technology resources, facilities (Grimm Hall 302), 8:30-9:10 am Meeting with President Kurt Krueger (Dahlgren Boardroom) 9:20-10:10 am Meeting with the Executive Council followed by breakouts (Dahlgren Boardroom) 10:20-11:00 am Mary Scott, Provost Peter Senkbeil, ALO (Grimm Hall 316) Mary Scott, Provost Peter Senkbeil, ALO (Grimm Hall 316) Gary McDaniel, EVP & Chief Enrollment Officer (Admin 300E) Kevin Tilden, CFO (Admin 200D) Executive Council member TBD Executive Council member TBD 11:10 am-Noon Open Meeting with Faculty & Staff (Denault) Educational Effective-ness Committee (Grimm Hall 210) Open Meeting with Faculty & Staff (Denault) Kevin Tilden, CFO (Admin 200D) Educational Effectiveness Committee (Grimm Hall 210) TBD Noon-12:50 pm Lunch in executive session (Grimm Hall 302) 1:00-1:45 pm Adult, Graduate & Online Programs (Dahlgren Boardroom) Student Leadership – Assessment Projects (Grimm Hall 210) Admissions & Marketing (Grimm Hall 123) Team Room (Grimm Hall 302) Director of Institutional Research& Assessment (Grimm Hall 212) Adult, Graduate & Online Programs (Dahlgren Boardroom) 2:00-2:45 pm Team Room (Grimm Hall 302) Core Curriculum Faculty (Grimm Hall 215) Core Curriculum Faculty (Grimm Hall 215) Campus Master Planning (Dahlgren Boardroom) Open Meeting with Undergrad Students (RPC) Open Meeting with Undergrad Students (RPC) 2:45-3:30 pm Team debriefing in executive session (Grimm Hall 302) 3:30-4:15 pm Team Room (Grimm Hall 302) Core Curriculum Faculty (Grimm Hall 215) Core Curriculum Faculty (Grimm Hall 215) Campus Master Planning (Dahlgren Boardroom) Open Meeting with Undergrad Students (RPC) Open Meeting with Undergrad Students (RPC) 4:30-5:30 pm Team Room (Grimm Hall 302) Open Meeting with Adjunct Faculty (Denault) WINGS – Staff & Students (RPC) Team Room (Grimm Hall 302) Open Meeting – Grad Students & Alumni (Good Shepherd Chapel) Open Meeting – Grad Students & Alumni (Good Shepherd Chapel)
  9. 9. YOUR SCHEDULE 4 DAY TWO | THURSDAY, MARCH 27 TIME Jonathan Parker, Chair Nancy Lecourt, Assistant Chair Alexander Granados George Latter Seri Luangphinith Richard Osborn, WASC VP 8:00 am Team travels to CUI 8:15–9:15 am Visit Spectrum Center Offices Program Review: Nursing (Dahlgren Boardroom) Program Review: Christ College (Beta 104) Team Room (Grimm Hall 302) Program Review: Nursing (Dahlgren Boardroom) Visit Spectrum Center Offices 9:15–10:00 am Strategic Planning Team (Dahlgren Boardroom) Program Review: Theatre (Library Arts 121) Dean of Student Affairs & SA Cabinet (Grimm Hall 210) Strategic Planning Team (Dahlgren Boardroom) Program Review: Theatre (Library Arts 121) Strategic Planning Team (Dahlgren Boardroom) 10:00-11:00 am Team debriefing in executive session, optional chapel service, 10:30-11:00 am (Grimm Hall 302) 11:00 am-Noon President’s Showcase of Academic Research – Student Poster Session (Gym Walkway) Noon–1:00 pm Lunch in executive session 1:00–1:45 pm Team Room (Grimm Hall 302) Open Meeting with Undergrad Students (Denault) Student Success Committee (Grimm Hall 215) Student Success Committee (Grimm Hall 215) Global & International Programs (Grimm Hall 123) Open Meeting with Undergrad Students (Denault) 2:00–2:45 pm Academic Council (Dahlgren Boardroom) Open Meeting with Faculty & Staff (Denault) Living/Learning Communities (Grimm Hall 215) Academic Council (Dahlgren Boardroom) Living/Learning Communities/ (Grimm Hall 215) Open Meeting with Faculty & Staff (Denault) 2:45–3:45pm Meeting with representatives of the Board of Regents & Trustees (Dahlgren Boardroom) 4:00-4:15 pm Team transported to hotel 4:15–6:00 pm Team break or meeting at hotel 6:00 pm Team dinner 7:30 pm Team members draft sections of the report DAY THREE | FRIDAY, MARCH 28 TIME Jonathan Parker, Chair Nancy Lecourt, Assistant Chair Alexander Granados George Latter Seri Luangphinith Richard Osborn, WASC VP 8:00-11:00 am Team members complete drafts of assigned sections of report either at institution or in hotel (Grimm Hall 302) 11:00 am Team chair meets with President Kurt Krueger (Dahlgren Boardroom) 11:30 am Exit meeting with team and institution (Denault) Noon Team leaves institution, members transported as needed 5:30-6:00 pm Team debriefing in executive session, check in with ALO for any schedule changes for Day 2 (Grimm Hall 302) 6:00 pm Team travels to hotel or restaurant for dinner in executive session 7:00 pm Team dinner 8:30 pm Team members draft sections of the report
  10. 10. Dr. Kurt Krueger, President Kurt.Krueger@cui.edu Dr. Kurt Krueger is the president of Concordia University,a Lutheran university of 4,000 students located in Irvine, California. As president, Dr. Krueger oversees the work of the university’s executive vice presidents responsible for academic programs, student services, including admission and retention, spiritual life, athletics, financial services, funding raising and external relations. Prior to his election as Concordia’s president in 2010, Dr. Krueger served for five years as the Executive Director of the Board for University Education of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod (LCMS) and President of the Concordia University System. In these positions Dr. Krueger supported, encouraged and advised the presidents of the 10 schools in the Concordia University System and served as liaison between the 10 schools and the Board for University Education of the LCMS. A graduate of Valparaiso University with a BA in English, he earned an MA in English from Marquette University and a Ph.D. in American Literature from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Mary Scott, Provost and Executive Vice President Mary.Scott@cui.edu For over 25 years, Dr. Mary Scott has been an educator, presenter, administrator and leader in athletics, higher education and the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod. She is currently serving as the Executive Vice President of the University and Provost at Concordia University in Irvine,California.Dr.Scott has experience working in a changing organization. When she arrived the total student body on the Irvine campus was less than 300 students.Today Concordia, Irvine serves over 3,500 students. Dr. Scott is a respected presenter and teacher. She has provided presentations for various churches and schools across the globe. Dr. Scott combines current information with humor for an interactive and fast paced presentation. She has served on various boards and in the community and in church settings. Dr. Peter Senkbeil, Associate Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Peter.Senkbeil@cui.edu Dr. Peter Senkbeil isVice President for Academic Affairs,Associate Provost and Professor of Theatre at Concordia University Irvine, where he has held a faculty appointment since 1992. As Associate Provost, he plays a significant administrative role in faculty hiring and evaluation, academic program planning, accreditation and assessment. His direct reports include the Offices of Institutional Research, Academic Advising, Academic Records (Registrar), and the University Library. He was appointed as the 5
  11. 11. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL SPOTLIGHT 6 university’s accreditation liaison officer in 2008, and he served as principal author and editor of Concordia’s interim accreditation reports to the Western Association of Schools and Colleges in 1999 and 2010,as well as its forthcoming 2013 institutional report.He has served as Concordia’s Associate Provost since 2006; he served as an academic division chair from 2000 to 2005. Peter holds a B.A. in Communication and Theatre from Concordia University–Chicago, and both his M.A. and Ph.D. in Theatre and Drama from Northwestern University. Dr. Doug Grove, Assistant Provost for Adult, Graduate and Online Learning Doug.Grove@cui.edu Dr. Doug Grove is the Assistant Provost for Adult, Graduate, and Online Learning at Concordia University, Irvine. Doug oversees The Office of Adult, Graduate, and Online Learning (Office AGO).This office was established in July 2013 to assist the schools of the university and faculty in the development of new blended and fully online courses and programs. This office also provides assistance to help existing online programs enhance and refresh current courses being offered.Dr.Grove in the past has served as an Executive Director of a School of Professional Studies and the Director of a School of Education. As a professor, Dr. Grove has taught courses on classroom assessment, statistics, research design and accountability in education. He is well respected from coast to coast for providing outcome and process evaluation services to local and state education agencies. Dr. Grove’s broad experience in educational evaluation includes the management of numerous state and federal grants, as well as many other local education agency-based initiatives on the west coast. Dr. Gary McDaniel, Executive Vice President, Chief Enrollment Officer Gary.McDaniel@cui.edu Dr. Gary R. McDaniel joined Concordia University Irvine July 1989. For nearly 25 years Dr. McDaniel has provided leadership in areas of enrollment, student services, athletics, and most recently in university marketing. He is a devote Christian Leader and strongly believes in Lutheran Higher Education. Dr. McDaniel and his wife, Carol have been married for nearly 30 years and have four children.
  12. 12. 7 Mr. Kevin Tilden, Chief Financial Officer Kevin.Tilden@cui.edu As Chief Financial Officer of Concordia University Irvine, Kevin Tilden oversees Concordia’s corporate finance and accounting, as well as information technology. Prior to joining Concordia, he served as Chief Financial Officer of the Merit Companies, one of the leading companies in the property management industry.He has also held leadership positions with several other service-oriented companies. Tilden received a B.A. in Economics from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Mr.Tim Jaeger, Executive Vice President for University Advancement Tim.Jaeger@cui.edu Tim came to Concordia University Irvine in 1997. He served for two years in Enrollment Services as Director of Freshmen Admission and Director of UndergraduateAdmission.In1999,hebeganworkingfortheConcordiaUniversityFoundation and has served as Associate Director of Special and Planned Gifts, Director of Major Gifts, Executive Director of Development and Assistant Vice President for Development. In 2007, he became Vice President for University Advancement and then Executive Vice President for University Advancement in 2009. Tim graduated from Concordia University, River Forest, Illinois, in 1986 with a BA in Elementary Education. He received a DCE Certificate from Christ College, Irvine, in 1987. In 1995, he received an MA in Educational Administration from Cal State, Long Beach. In 2011, Tim earned the distinction of Certified Fundraising Executive. Mr. Stephen Christensen, Executive Vice President for External Relations Stephen.Christensen@cui.edu Stephen Christensen is a higher education veteran who plans and organizes strategic growth initiatives. He specializes in working with CEOs, business owners, entrepreneurs and corporate leaders to start and grow educational initiatives. A native of New York City, Stephen has over 30 years experience in southern California working in higher education and development, having worked at four different universities, three private businesses and five non-profit organizations. His diversified leadership experiences help organizations achieve their growth initiatives, external relations, fund raising and business development goals. He is also a business instructor teaching entrepreneurship in Concordia’s MBA program. In 2012, he founded Concordia’s Teen Entrepreneur Academy, an innovative one-week residential summer academy that teaches 65 high school students how to start businesses. Stephen earned a BS degree in political science from California State University, Fullerton. He studied in the educational leadership doctoral program at the University of Southern California (USC) and is currently enrolled and completing a Masters degree in Theology from Concordia University Irvine with a research focus on the“Doctrine of Vocation and Theology of Work,” June 2014.
  13. 13. 8 Ron Van Blarcom, Associate Vice President of University Services and General Counsel Ron.Vanblarcom@cui.edu Ron has been a practicing California lawyer for over 25 years. He has served as general counsel to several public agencies and nonprofit organizations, and currently serves as General Counsel to Concordia University in Irvine CA. He has spent significant time advising governing boards and management staff on general legal matters relating to contracts, finances, personnel issues and regulatory compliance. Ron has represented cities, water districts, public agencies, high schools, nonprofit organizations, community groups, land development companies and individuals. He is no stranger to litigation, and has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in numerous lawsuits. He is counsel of record in two reported California Appellate Court cases. A graduate of Concordia University in Irvine CA (BA 1983) and the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco CA (JD 1986), Ron began his legal career with Best, Best & Krieger in Riverside CA. He later moved to Orange County to practice with Stradling, Yocca, Carlson & Rauth in Newport Beach CA. In 1993, he founded Van Blarcom, Leibold, McClendon & Mann, a law firm that specialized in serving public agency clients and in assisting private sector clients in their dealings with public agencies. In 2006, he began an independent law practice providing legal assistance and counsel to select clients. BOARD OF REGENTS AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES Board of Regents Rev. Allen D. Anderson (Advisory) Mr. Paul C. Belden Mrs. Caryn Borland Dr. Steven J. Buuck Mr. John Friend Dr. Elmer R. Gooding Rev. James D. Henkell ’94 Ms. Rachel Klitzing (Advisory) MAEd ’98 Dr. Kurt J. Krueger (Ex Officio) Mr. Peter K.S. Lee Mr. David Leichtfuss, (Ex Officio) Mrs. Heather H. Manning ’94 Rev. Michael A. Morehouse Rev. Dr. Robert D. Newton (Advisory) Mr. Craig W. Olson, Chair Ms. Sandra Ostapowich Mr. Patrick C. Stacker, JD Ms. Cynthia M. Steinbeck , MA‘02 Rev. Dr. Larry A. Stoterau Mr. Donald G.Tietjen Mr. Richard C.Vie Dr. Audrey G.Williams Board of Trustees Mr. Robert Bein Dr. Roger Burtner Mr. Doug Cavanaugh Mr. H.E. Durbin, II ’93 Dr. David Hemker Mrs. Cheryl M. Keithly Mr. David Leichtfuss Mr. Kevin McCafferty Ms. Paula Meyer‘80 Mrs. Dianne Schautschick Mr. Paul A. Schroeder Mr. E. Steve Sonnenberg Mr. John Stueve Mrs. Pamela Frese Wade ’82, M.A.‘95 Mrs. Pam Wheeler
  14. 14. 9 A CLOSER LOOK u
  15. 15. 10 #AskWASC Although WASC affects 100% of a campus, only about 10% of a campus population actually knows what it is. Concordia University Irvine decided to change all that with a Social Media Marketing campaign directed to all students and Staff and Faculty. Using the hashtag #AskWASC, social media was used to engage the campus in polls, quizzes, pictures, questions and prizes. We invite you to see all the conversations, suggestions and interactions CUI has had with students. Visit Storify.com/ ConcordiaIrvine/askWASC. Core Curriculum Concordia is among a distinctive group of universities that offer a common, coherent core curriculum for all of its students. Rather than asking you to cobble together a meaningful general education experience from a vast array of disconnected distribution courses, Concordia’s Core is carefully crafted so that you discover the purpose of a liberal arts education - to grow intellectually, ethically, and spiritually. Through the Core, all Concordia students engage in a shared academic experience that provides a foundation for further learning and for life. Concordia’s Core is comprised of classic liberal arts courses offered in small, innovative learning communities. Core courses are taken together in linked pairs: biology with theology, mathematics with philosophy, and history with literature.The transfer Core has its own unique pair: philosophy with theology. Core classes typically have just 25 students, giving you a close- knit learning community. Around-the-World Semester 5courses,10countries,2professors,4gradassistants, 27 students, 25 digital texts, 100 pages of writing, 90 hours of flying and 175 hours of instruction in Morocco,Brazil,SouthAfrica,Russia,Turkey,Armenia, Nepal, India, Cambodia and China. Students travel the globe with fellow students and professors for one semester, while taking classes and living out the Gospel in community and service. And to top it off, they earn a minor in Global Cultural Studies in the process. This #AskWASC contestant won u the president’s parking spot.
  16. 16. Living Learning Communities Concordia University Irvine Residential Education and Services believes that the learning environment extends beyond thetraditionallecturehallandlaboratory and into the informal learning spaces of the residence halls, recreation areas and gathering places. Living Learning Communities are small defined groups of students who come together with faculty and student affairs professionals to engage in a holistic and intellectually interactive learning experience. CUI Bono provides a Living Learning Community for students who are interested in getting the most out of their academic experience. Global Village is designed to provide a cross-cultural experience for students who are interested in broadening their understanding of world issues and cultures while living on campus. Holos House is an intentional community that focuses on living a healthy lifestyle. WINGS is designed to provide students with the support needed to make a successful transition from high school to college. President’s Academic Showcase Concordia’s President’s Academic Showcase of Undergraduate Research encourages graduate-level work by undergraduates in a cash-award competition. Students can work one- on-one with a faculty mentor on a topic that interests them and present their research to Concordia’s academic community for a chance to win up to $1,000. 11
  17. 17. 12 STUDENT LEADERSHIP ASCUI: The Concordia University Irvine Board of Regents and the faculty are committed to including students within the policy-making functions of the University. ASCUI Senate is the primary voice of students in policy-making activities. The Senate is comprised of elected representatives from residence halls and commuter students, and functions under the leadership of the Student Body Vice-President. The Senate also provides a communication link between students and student leadership. LEAD: The Leadership, Education, and Development (LEAD) Program focuses on the social integration of our students within the Concordia community. LEAD recognizes the value of student involvement on campus and its impact on a student’s overall college experience. Housed in the Center for Student Leadership & Development (CSLD), the LEAD Program plans and offers enriching experiences for the student body to participate in either on-campus or around the Orange County community. Students in turn will foster relationships with each other,invest in the University,and strengthen their awareness of themselves. ABBEYWEST is a movement of students on the campus of Concordia University Irvine who want to shed worn-out perceptions of what Christianity is all about.Returning again to the teachings of Jesus, our mission is quite simply to make disciples of a new generation. PALs:The Peer Advising Leadership Program is a unique ministry on campus as it embodies a Christ-like servant leadership philosophy. The PALs’ primary motivation is a deep desire to helpothersthroughvolunteeringtheirservice to the University and contributing positively to the new students’ transition to Concordia. PALs invest their efforts on meeting the needs of their students and work at creating a sense of belonging for them,thereby enhancing the PALs’ Concordia experiences and growth as leaders. RAs: Provide a living community conducive to learning and fellowship, engaging residents in programming while maintaining safety and university policies throughout the community.
  18. 18. Department Name Title E-mail CUI.edu/ .... Alumni Relations Stacie Mallinson Director of Alumni & Family Relations Stacie.Mallinson@cui.edu /alumni Arts and Sciences Timothy Preuss Dean of Arts and Sciences Tim.Preuss@cui.edu /academicprograms Athletics David Bireline Athletic Director David.Bireline@cui.edu www.cuieagles.com Business George Wright Dean of Business Administration George.Wright@cui.edu /academicprograms/ business Campus Safety Tom Sonoff Executive Director of Campus Safety Tom.Sonoff@cui.edu /studentlife/campus- safety Christ College Steven Mueller Dean of Christ College Steve.Mueller@cui.edu /academicprograms/ christcollege Core Curriculum Scott Ashmon Director of Core Curriculum Scott.Ashmon@cui.edu /core Disability & Learning Services Terilyn Colacino Director of Disability & Learning Services Terilyn.Colacino@cui.edu /studentlife/ disability-learning- resource-center Education Janice Nelson Dean of Education Janice.Nelson@cui.edu /academicprograms Global Programs Dan Waite Director of Global Programs Dan.Waite@cui.edu /academicprograms/ global-programs Graduate Admissions Rina Campbell Director of Graduate & Adult Admissions Rina.Campbell@cui.edu /academicprograms/ graduate Institutional Research & Assessment Deborah Lee Director of Institutional Research & Assessment Deborah.Lee@cui.edu /academicprograms/ provost/ institutional- research-assessment Living Learning Communities Scott Keith Director of Residential Education and Services Scott.Keith@cui.edu /studentlife/ living-learning- communities Marketing Rick Hardy Associate Vice President of Marketing and Admissions Rick.Hardy@cui.edu /marketing Professional Studies Timothy Peters Dean of Professional Studies Tim.Peters@cui.edu /academicprograms/ professional-studies Registrar Kenneth Clavir Dean of Academic Records Ken.Clavir@cui.edu /studentlife/registrar Student Affairs Gilbert Fugitt Dean of Students Gilbert.Fugitt@cui.edu /studentlife Student Success Dian Vieselmeyer Dean of Student Success Dian.Vieselmeyer@cui. edu /studentlife/advising Undergraduate Admissions Doug Wible Director of Undergraduate Admissions Doug.Wible@cui.edu /admissions/ undergraduate CONTACT INFO 13
  19. 19. 14 WHAT’S NEARBY Food *In N Out *Wahoo’s Fish Tacos Kéan Coffee *Tender Greens *Salad Republic *Native Foods Cafe *Panini Cafe *Boudin Bakery *Pieology *Taverna Blu New York Pizza *Cha for Tea Paradise Perks Berkley Dog *Peet’s Coffee Kula Sushi Chronic Taco Bear Flag Taco Tia Juana’s *Pho-tasia Mr. Pickle’s Coffee,Tea & Tulips Buca di Beppo Yen Sushi Tacos & Co. Kotobuki Sushi *Emendare’ Coffee (on campus) Entertainment *Disneyland Lakers game House of Blues Knotts Berry Farm Angels game Magic Mountain The Coach House Ducks game *Dave & Busters *Downtown Disney Boomers *Irvine Lanes University Movie Theater Huntington Beach Main St. * Local Favorites K1 Speedway Irvine Fine Arts Center Sky High Sports *Dollar Theatre Verizon Wireless Amphitheater Shopping Fashion Island The Lab/The Camp *Downtown Disney *South Coast Plaza *The Spectrum Mall *Mission Viejo Mall The Block at Orange Outdoor Activities Newport Beach & Pier *Huntington Beach & Pier San Clemente Beach & Pier *Corona Del Mar Beach fire-pits Surf at Trestles *Swim in the Pacific Skim board at San Clemente Snorkel at Crystal Cove Take a boat to Catalina *Fish off a pier (no license required) Environmental Nature Center *Great Park Balloon ride 1,000 steps beach (Laguna) Top of the World Mountain Biking Ski Big Bear Road Bike Back Bay (and 100s of miles of OC trails) Frisbee Golf at Huntington Beach (where it all started) *Golf at dozens of private and public course Basketball,Tennis, Baseball, Softball *Hike up our own French Hill (anyone on campus can tell you where.) 14
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