The Office of Collegiate Life has responsibilities for the following:

  • Student recruitment
  • Residential housing opportunities
  • K-12 Outreach
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Programs for women
  • Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) intiative
  • Peer mentor programs
  • Scholarships and student awards
  • Research opportunities
  • Leadership opportunities; student organizations
  • College level ABET coordination
  • Collegiate events
  • International experiences (global seminars, internships, study abroad)

Vist the Collegiate Life web page

CSE Collegiate Life Team

Susan Kubitschek headshot Susan Kubitschek, Assistant Dean
612-624-8010
kubit001@umn.edu
Dorothy Cheng headshot Dorothy Cheng, Scholarship Coordinator
612-626-3282
dcheng@umn.edu
Amber Hodges headshot Amber Hodges, Office Manager
612-626-2070
hodge099@umn.edu
Kelsi Klaers headshot Kelsi Klaers, Outreach Coordinator
612-626-7566
ande7673@umn.edu
Ben Koch headshot Ben Koch, Assistant Director of Student Engagement
612-625-6813
koch0137@umn.edu
Patrick Stumpf headshot Patrick Stumpf, Admissions Counselor
612-625-0246
stum2059@umn.edu
Adam Pagel headshot Adam Pagel, International Programs Director
612-624-8013
pagel@umn.edu
Erin Piper headshot Erin Piper, Education Abroad Coordinator
612-625-1760
epiper@umn.edu
Sasanehsaeh Pyawasay headshot Sasanehsaeh Pyawasay, Diversity Program Coordinator
612-625-6135
pyawasay@umn.edu

Student Services in the College of Science and Engineering  (Academic Advising, Career Center and Collegiate Life) are committed to creating and maintaining a welcoming and inclusive community of learning and scholarship by generating and maintaining support systems for all persons to thrive, especially those individuals and groups highlighted by the University of Minnesota’s Office of Equity and Diversity.

Diversity is embraced and recognized as enrichment to the overall educational experience. We strive to ensure that students, especially those from groups traditionally underrepresented in science and engineering, have the opportunity to realize their aspirations while also valuing their contributions to the daily life of the College of Science and Engineering.