Steve Sartori
A student enjoys a quiet moment of study in the Hall of Languages.

The Substance Abuse Prevention and Health Enhancement (SAPHE) Office
SAPHE, part of the Office of Student Affairs, was established in 1998 to support healthy lifestyle choices by providing resources, education, and counseling to undergraduate and graduate students.

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Resource Center
Established in 2001, the LGBT center provides education, advocacy, support, and a safe communal space for students.

The Office of Disability Services
This office, established in 2000, works to make the learning environment more welcoming to students with disabilities and ensures that the University is in full compliance with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.



Today nearly one-quarter of SU students are people of color or of non-U.S. citizenship, a significant increase over the profile of 10 years ago.


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Main Home Page Contents Opening Remarks Charting the Future
A Decade of Progress Quad Angles SU People Alumni News/Notes
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