Vice President's Office

The Vice President’s Office oversees the activities of the departments and coordinates division-wide initiatives and management practices. In addition, the Office of the Vice President advises two student organizations: Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society and the Student Success Initiative. To view the organizational chart and contact information for the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs click here.

The Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs at the University of Maryland oversees student services and programs for the entire campus community. Composed of 13 departments and over 1000 staff members, the Division of Student Affairs is involved in all aspects of a student’s life including housing, dining, student activities, community involvement, recreation, health, wellness, spirituality, and career and social development.

The Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs supports our departments by providing leadership and administrative guidance. The office also serves as a general point of contact for students and their families about student life. Working with university chaplains, the Student Government Association (SGA) and the Graduate Student Association, among other groups, the Office of the Vice President works to enhance the Maryland experience.

Brooke Supple
Assistant Vice President and Chief of Staff, Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs
(301) 314-8428
Brooke Lecky Supple is the Assistant Vice President and Chief of Staff for the Vice President for Student Affairs at the University of Maryland.  In this capacity, she assists the Vice President with planning, staffing and policy issues and serves on the senior leadership team for the Division of Student Affairs.  She currently oversees the department of... Read more
Sarah Williamson, Coordinator, Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs
Coordinator, Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs
(301) 314-8431
Sarah joined the VPSA office as a Coordinator in December 2018 after serving as a Resident Director for the Department of Resident Life for 6 years at UMD. Sarah is originally from Minnesota, but obtained her B.Ed. in Physical Education from Gonzaga University and her M.A. in Higher Education Administration from The George Washington University. As a... Read more

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