Career Public University Administrator is Currently Head of Student Affairs at Cal State San Bernardino
By J.D. Warren on June 28, 2018
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Brian Haynes is set to become UC Riverside’s vice chancellor of Student Affairs effective Aug. 15, 2018.
RIVERSIDE, Calif. (www.ucr.edu) – The head of Student Affairs for California State University, San Bernardino, or CSUSB, has been named to lead the UC Riverside Student Affairs office.
Brian Haynes has been vice president for Student Affairs at Cal State San Bernardino since 2013. He becomes vice chancellor for Student Affairs at UCR effective Aug. 15, 2018, pending approval by University of California President Janet Napolitano. Haynes has more than three decades in senior executive roles at public universities across the nation.
“Brian has spent almost his entire career in public higher education supporting students with a wide range of backgrounds and experiences,” said UCR Chancellor Kim Wilcox. “With a growing enrollment, UCR needs a leader like Brian to help develop the next generation of student leaders and provide a supportive, nurturing environment for learning and personal development.”
The vice chancellor of Student Affairs has broad oversight of student-related programs, including for campus life, health and wellness, and ethnic and gender programs. The vice chancellor also oversees counseling and psychological services, case management, the CARE advocacy unit, and staff support for the Associated Students of UCR (ASUCR).
In his new role, Haynes will be charged with modeling student development strategies consistent with campus goals related to student success, equity, and access.
“I am very excited about working collaboratively with others on campus to enhance the overall student experience at UCR,” Haynes said.
In March 2017, CSUSB was chosen by an organization of student affairs administrators as a Lead Initiative Institution, based on its commitment to civic learning and democratic engagement.
Haynes played an integral role in the award, overseeing the division of Student …