Vice President for Student Affairs
Flowers is the leader of the division and is responsible for the development and implementation of all student life policies. He is in communication with all offices in student affairs and oversees the work of all offices including: Campus Safety, Counseling and Student Wellness, Hobart Athletics, Hubbs Health Center, Intercultural Affairs, Residential Education, Student Activities, WEOS/WHWS Campus Radio, and William Smith Athletics.
Flowers holds a bachelor's degree from Houghton College in Houghton, N.Y., a master's in education from Alfred University in Alfred, N.Y., and a law degree from the University at Buffalo Law School.
Previous to this appointment, Flowers served as the Colleges' associate dean of students and director of residential education since 2004. Before joining the Colleges, Flowers held administrative positions at Colgate University in Hamilton, N.Y., College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass., and Alfred University.
Assistant to the Vice President for Student Affairs
Mullins acts as a resource for all staff members in the division of student affairs regarding policy and procedural questions, meetings, and staff development. She maintains and tracks all budgets for the division, assists with the coordination of judicial database and the scheduling of judicial hearings and assists with the students of concern process. Mullins has previously served the Colleges as a coordinator in the Office of Residential Education. She graduated from Keuka College in 2002 with a bachelor's degree in English.
Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs
Dr. Streeter is the primary student conduct hearing officer and works with the Committee on Standards, the Hobart Student Court, and the William Smith Judicial Board. He is responsible for the implementation of the Handbook of Community Standards, and he works directly with the Residential Education and Campus Safety offices.
Streeter holds an associate's degree from Lees McRae College in Banner Elk, N.C.; a bachelor's degree from Wake Forest University in Winston Salem, N.C.; a master's in adult education from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro, N.C., and doctorate in education from St. John Fisher College in Rochester, N.Y. Streeter is also an ordained Baptist minister.
Most recently, Streeter served as the Colleges'associate dean for student conduct and campus safety. He has also served as assistant dean at Keuka College, the director of residence life at Barton College, the assistant dean of admissions at Mary Washington College and the director of multicultural programs at Carson-Newman College.
Associate Dean of Students
Pierce is responsibile for all aspects of the non-academic student conduct system, which works to establish and maintain an environment in which all students can achieve academic and personal success. In addition, Pierce serves as the coordinator for the First Generation Initiative on campus, which helps first-generation college students reach their fullest potential by pairing them with a faculty mentor that provides guidance and support throughout their academic careers.
Pierce holds a bachelor's degree from Rowan University in Glassboro, N.J.; a master's degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from The Universtiy of New Haven in West Haven, C.T., and a doctorate of management from University of Maryland University College in Upper Marlboro, M.D.
The Office of Student Affairs is located on the first floor of Smith Hall.
Phone: (315) 781-3900
Fax: (315) 781-4433
The Office of Student Life is located on the second floor of Scandling Center.
Phone: (315) 781-3910
Fax: (315) 781-3511
For Emergencies, phone Campus Safety:
On campus: Ext. 3333 or (315) 781-3333 from a cell phone
Off campus: 911