The Dean of Students functions as the chief conduct officer as well as the Deputy Title IX Coordinator for the College. The Dean of Students also serves as an advocate for the needs of students and balances those needs with the priorities and concerns of the institution.
The Dean of Students Office is made up of the following functional areas:
This statement is provided to students, faculty, and staff as part of American International College’s compliance with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989, which seek to eliminate the abuse of alcohol and drugs. Faculty, staff, and students who receive funding and other support such as grants, contracts, and certain financial assistance from the federal government may be subject to additional restrictions and conditions imposed upon them by the Drug-Free Workplace Act. Violation of these federal regulations can result in loss of federal financial aid to students attending the College.
American International College prohibits discrimination, including unequal treatment, discriminatory harassment (including sexual harassment and sexual misconduct), or retaliation, against any employee, student, or applicant for employment or enrollment on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, genetic information, military status, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal or state law.
The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:
Nicolle Cestero, Senior Vice President for Human Resources, Chief of Staff, and Title IX Coordinator
American International College, Box HR Springfield, MA 01109 413.205.3800 email@example.com
Brian J. O’Shaughnessy, Vice President for Student Affairs
American International College, Box 3A Springfield, MA 01109 413.205.3264 firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Number: 413-205-3264
Matthew Scott Dean of Students, Deputy Title IX Coordinator email@example.com
Alexander Cross Associate Dean for Student Lifealexander.firstname.lastname@example.org
Patricia Scagliarini Administrative Assistant for Student Affairs/Dean of Students email@example.com
EMERGENCY (Campus Police)413.205.3333
Dexter Health Center and Counseling 413.205.3248
Family Care Medical Center
Medical Emergencies 911
Baystate Medical Center 413.794.0000
Mercy Medical Center
Mass. Commission against Discrimination 413.739.2145
Consumer Product Safety Commission800.638.2772
Children’s Protective Services Unit 413.452.3200
Cancer Information Services800.422.6237
Alcoholics Anonymous 413.532.2111
AIDS Action Committee 800.235.2331
Overeaters Anonymous 413.783.4198
The Student Handbook contains the Student Code of Conduct, Residence Life Housing Agreement, and important policies on topics such as discrimination, hazing, sexual misconduct, and others.
Used to submit complaints/concerns/grievances related to online learning, the learning environment, or any other general campus concerns.
If you are concerned about an AIC student, please use this link to submit an alert to the AIC CARE Team.
Use this link to access the Sexual Discrimination & Misconduct Reporting Form. Use this form to report any potential Title IX incidents.
Allows a student to request funding from the Student Care & Emergency Fund and/or request Dining Commons meal swipes due to a short-term situation impacting a student's ability to stay in school and remain safe/healthy. A staff member may also submit on behalf of a student in need.