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CHANNEL-ISLANDS“I am honored that California State University Channel Islands (CI) has been selected as one of the Most Promising Places to Work in Student Aff airs 2016 for the second consecutive year. CI’s Division of Student Affairs’ aim is to provide students with excellent needs based programs and services that cultivate a diverse learning community where leadership, wellness, personal and civic responsibility are valued and embraced. At CI, it is our belief that the excellence of a university begins and ends with the well-being of its campus membership. Receiving the recognition of one of the most promising universities to work for in student aff airs for a second time is a tribute to, and confirmation of, the dedicated and committed staff in the Division of Student Affairs at CSU Channel Islands. This is indeed an honor for our campus and community.”

 

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