John Oldani, EdD, VP-Student Development (ext. 4993) is responsible for overseeing Athletics, Career Development, Day Admissions, Dean of Students Office, Financial Aid, Freshman Experience, Health Center, Housing, Office of International Students & Scholars, Intramurals, Security and Public Safety, Office of Student Life and Leadership, and Work and Learn. He serves as the chief student development administrator and a liaison for student needs on the President’s Council. His office is located on the 4th floor of the Spellmann Center in the Student Development Suite.
Ryan Guffey, PhD , Assistant VP-Student Development & Special Projects (ext. 4475) is responsible for the implementation of student development related activities and oversees the university’s international relations. His office is located on the 4th floor of the Spellmann Center in the Student Development Suite.
John Bowman, AA, Director of Public Safety & Security (ext. 4687) oversees campus safety and security for all Lindenwood sites. The department is staffed by public safety officers 24/7 to facilitate a safe and inviting learning environment. Alongside the Dean of Students, he is also involved with campus disciplinary matters. The office is located in the Business Service Center, Door G (on the opposite end from the Spirit and Supply Shoppe).
Timothy Butler, MDiv, University Chaplain (ext. 2935) provides pastoral counseling; coordinates the university’s campus ministry groups; and, organizes chapel services and speakers. Further, he is available to help students considering a call to lay or ordained ministry. His office is located on the 3rd floor of the Evans Commons in the Student Life and Leadership Suite.
Michelle Giessman, Director of Housing (ext. 4848) works closely with the resident directors, resident assistants and dorm desk sitters to create a positive interactive environment for the students in Lindenwood residences. She is responsible for all new and returning housing assignments on campus. Her office is located on the 4th floor of the Spellmann Center in the Student Development Suite.
Emin Hajiyev, MBA , Director, Office of International Students & Scholars (ext. 4982) oversees the recruitment, visa obtainment, and support services for the international student body. He furthers campus diversity by facilitating the recruitment of students from over 91 countries. His office is located on the 4th floor of the Spellmann Center.
Angela Royal, MS, Director, Office of Student Life and Leadership (ext. 4983) facilitates campus activities via the scheduling of all on campus student activities, coordination of student organizations and the maintaining of both student facilities, the Loft and Evans Commons. Her office is located on the 2nd floor of The Evans Commons.
Terry Russell, MA , Dean of Students (ext. 4980) is responsible for enforcing policies within the Student Handbook. He seeks to foster positive campus associations through the promotion of safe and appropriate student interaction. Further, he works with the campus maintenance staff, resident directors and Director of Residential Services to help maintain the beauty and legacy of the Lindenwood residential facilities. His office is located on the 4th floor Spellmann Center.
Mike Tolman, MS , Director of Work and Learn (ext. 4563) manages the undergraduate student work study program. He assigns work and learn duties, monitors timesheets submission and determines terminations for the program. In addition, he oversees the faculty, staff and student mail services on campus. His office is located on the 3rd floor of the Spellmann Center.
Dana Wehrli, MS , Director of Career Development (ext. 4806) assists with career exploration, the community work service program and employment recruitment fairs. She works closely with students to help them prepare resumes, job interview skills and personal presentation for future job opportunities. The Career Center is located in room 3175 of the Spellmann Center.
Shane Williamson, EdD , Director of First-Year Programs (ext. 4728) oversees the First Year Experience and the LUL 101 course for new first year and transfer students with less than 24 credit hours. Further, she works closely with those students who have either social or academic problems and assists them with resolution. Her office is located on the 4th floor of the Spellmann Center in the Student Development Suite.
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