Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1983

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Office of Campus Life Students who needed financial aid, had problems with ampus housing, or were concerned about job opportunities fter graduation should have contacted personnel in the ampus life offices in Zellner Hall. They also could have ontacted the campus life division for a multitude of other hings relating to their student life - everything, that is, ex- ept academics. The way in which the campus life division came to be uch a clearinghouse for student life was through an ad- riinistrative change early in the spring semester. Dr. Gary D. vicCaleb assumed the duties as vice president and dean of ampus life when he took over for Garvin V. Beauchamp in campus reorganization that changed several campus divi- B ' 1 40 Jw- X, XX . ,,-1,,,..-nf J- R R. Goodman sions. Beauchamp moved into the position of vice president for special services in the change, The campus life division included personnel to handle a students needs from the time he was first contacted as a pro- spective student to the time he became an alumnus. Among the areas of speciality needed to meet those needs was the university outreach office, under the direction of Bob Gomez. University outreach handled student recruiting and contacted prospective students from high schools, junior colleges and senior colleges concerning work at ACU at the undergraduate and graduate levels. One major concern for students was financial aid, and Gene Linder directed that office in the campus life division. After the student had made a decision to attend ACU, his needs were handled by the admissions and placement office, which was directed by Clint Howeth, also the counselor and adviser for all foreign students who attended ACU. His of- fice also worked with helping students find interviews for jobs as they neared graduation. Other offices included in the campus life division under the reorganization plan were housing, student services, which included the deans of students, the Campus Police Depart- ment, and the nurse. Among the areas included in the division to meet the needs of the student who became an alumnus were the development office and the Alumni Association. Although the campus life division covered a broad spec- trum, McCaleb said its basic theme was simple: to take care of the student. "We all worked together in order to achieve that common goal," he said. - Phillip Dutton it 'K IH div Lett: Bob Gomez and Eva Stalls talk during registration. Bottom: Group picture. .r . .wg 41' it-U, E .gl yi i li . 145' if 'IJ' RONT ROW: Evelyn Reed, Dorotha Greenly, Dora Ragsdale, Becky Sharge, Suzanne Allmon, Kay Carriker, Kathryn Broom, Charmaine Boone, Cynthia Harp, Debbie Atchley. ROW 2: Dr. Gary ficCaleb, Ann Hill, Hazel Fillmon. Iris Barron. Gwen Dodds, Beth Cox, Eva Stalls, Louise Hargesheimer, Bernice Scott, Eloise Bern, Louise Long, Winnie Gibbs. ROW 3: Bob Gomez, Hutch laley. Iid Allred, Norman Archibald, Wes Kittley, Gwyneth Curtis, Gene Linder, Clint Howeth,jeff Nelson, Cynthia Cooke. ROW 4: Danny Mann, Harold Lipford, Tom Clark, Perryjinkerson, David Walker. Dave Merrill. Fred Maxwell. Barre Cox. Bert Lana. Campus Life f 303 R Goodman

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