It’s our job to champion student life on campus.

Our mission is to help students make the most of their time at King’s. We do this in a number of ways, through a wealth of programs depending upon the student’s needs, issues, or interests. 

The Associate Vice President and Dean of Students work to facilitate a dialogue that promotes the development of students through the services and educational experiences offered. A primary component of the development of students is interaction that promotes the exploration of new ideas and the examination of the individual student’s contribution to the community. The diversity of the College and local community in ideas, beliefs, ethnic, race, gender, creed, and sexual orientation is an asset in the dialogue that promotes the development of students.

The Student Code of Conduct establishes norms of minimum behavior to enhance the educational and social environment for students. The Student Conduct System provides the opportunity for dialogue in the exploration of student behavior in the context of the community and the opportunity for individual development. As an advocate for students who may feel unheard on campus, the Associate Vice President enables them to have a voice in the College.

The Dean of Students Office oversees several programs on campus.

  • Campus Activities
  • Experiencing the Arts program
  • Residence Life
  • Multicultural and International Student Programs
  • Holy Cross Experience Course (HCE101)
  • New Student Orientation
  • Absence from class for personal or health-related reasons
  • Off-campus student issues

In addition, the Associate Vice President serves as the College Chief Student Conduct Officer (for further information, see the Student Code of Conduct and the College Conduct Process in the Student Handbook).

Students receive support and help when they need it most.

The Dean of Students Office assists students when they must miss class due to a family emergency or the student’s own illness.  If a student misses one day from class, they should notify their instructor.  If a student must miss two or more consecutive times of the same class the Dean of Students Office will inform the student’s instructor of the absences.  The student will then contact their instructor to make arrangement to make up any work for the class.

The Dean of Students has several forms and publications that are available for students and their families.



Associate Vice-President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students
Megan M. Casey, M.S.Ed.
Phone: 570-208-5875

Office of Student Affairs
Phone: 570-208-5875
Fax: 570-208-6023