Reporting to the Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services, the Dean of Students is responsible for the day-to-day management of the offices within Student Affairs. In addition, the Dean of Students oversees the institutional retention initiatives, judicial affairs, the Student Concerns Committee, the Center for Tutoring and Writing, the Student Handbook, and the Code of Student Conduct.
Deans of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies
The Dean of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies with the Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Studies is responsible for the day-to-day management of the College’s graduate and undergraduate academic departments and programs, respectively. They collaborate with the Dean of Academic Affairs on academic development and work closely with the President on a variety of strategic initiatives. The Dean of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies supervises the department chairs and recommends appointment, reappointment, and advancement of faculty to the President.
As chief executive officer of the institution, the President is responsible for carrying out the mission and goals of the College. They supervise and direct the affairs of the College through its staff and assures that the standards and procedures used by the institution conform to the policies established by the Board of Trustees. The President is responsible for the preservation of existing institutional resources and the creation of new resources and is the chief spokesperson and representative of the College, working for public understanding and recognition. Reporting to the President are the Academic Affairs Deans, Vice President for Administration and Finance, Vice President for Institutional Advancement, Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services, Director of Community Arts Partnerships, Director of Design Core Detroit, Assistant Dean for Institutional Equity and Inclusion, and the Assistant Secretary of the Board who is also the President’s Executive Assistant.
Table of Organization
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The College for Creative Studies is a Michigan non-profit corporation. CCS is an educational institution as described in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code. CCS is authorized by the Michigan Department of Education to grant undergraduate and graduate degrees.