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Office of Student Affairs

Walden’s Office of Student Affairs is committed to engaging and supporting students in and outside of the classroom with programs, initiatives, and opportunities.  Our exceptional team of committed and dedicated professionals look forward to supporting you with pathways that offer remarkable experiences on your journey of lifelong learning, discovery, and engagement.

Student Resolution and Judicial Services

If you have a concern related to university policy, a conflict with faculty or staff, or need assistance communicating with someone in the university system, Student Resolutions and Judicial Services can direct you to the right path for resolution and can review decisions and options once attempts at resolution within the applicable department or university processes have not been successful. We support students, faculty, and staff in addressing concerns and providing guidance on reasonable and fair resolutions. The Office of Student Affairs also oversees the university’s Code of Conduct and Title IX policy and processes and can provide guidance on these concerns as well.

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Student Life, Leadership, and Engagement

The Student Affairs office is proud to assume support for the diverse array of Walden student groups that serve as ambassadors of positive social change within their professional and local communities.

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Career Planning and Development

Career Planning and Development coaches and advises students and alumni on workplace and professional skills. We provide the following resources and offerings:

  • A website featuring links to career exploration tools, job and internship opportunities, sample resumes and cover letters, networking and interviewing strategies, and career-related webinars and videos. 
  • One-on-one career advising for students and alumni focusing on building career management skills and achieving individual career goals. 
  • Online office hours events.
  • Interest-specific resources for students in Health Sciences, Social Behavioral Sciences, Education, and Management and Technology programs.
  • The Walden Job and Internship Locator job board.
  • GoinGlobal job and internship search system with U.S. based and global listings.
  • Optional internships and volunteer sites to engage in experiential learning.
  • The SkillsFirst career management system for students and alumni to build resumes, cover letters, career portfolios, and practice mock interviewing skills.
  • LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook groups to connect Walden students and alumni for professional networking and share career-related information.
  • A blog to share student career success stories and tips for proactive career management.

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