Keeping Up with Dr. Kaye

Kick Off the Season (and Labor Day)!

With the second week of classes coming to a close, I hope you all are getting acclimated with the campus and with your courses.  New Students, have you met and talked with your Success Coaches?  To make sure you’re receiving their messages, log in to your Portal at myUT to make sure you are receiving your emails!  I also encourage you to build a relationship with your instructors; they can be a wonderful resource as well as a wealth of information.  Attending their office hours is a great way to get started.

Remember that this weekend is Labor Day weekend and there will be no classes held on Monday, September 2nd.  I hope everybody watches our Toledo Rockets take the field in their tough season opener against the 10th ranked Florida Gators at 12:20 p.m. tomorrow! The Rockets are coming off an impressive 9-4 season and will look to kick off the season on a strong note (the game will be on ESPN 3.)

As always, I encourage you to come by my office (UH 3630) or the Office for the Student Experience in the Student Union (SU 2521) if you have any questions or concerns whatsoever — we’re here to help.

Happy Labor Day!

Go Rockets!


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About Dr. Kaye Patten Wallace

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In her role as Senior Vice President for Student Affairs at The University of Toledo, Dr. Patten Wallace provides leadership for creating an environment and system of support that is conducive to students achieving their educational goals. The offices and departments that make up the Division of Student Affairs include: Office of the Dean of Students, Office of Residence Life, Department of Student Success, the University Counseling Center, Office for the Student Experience, Office of Excellence and Multicultural Student Services, the Center for International Studies & Programs, Office of Recreation, Student Legal Services, and the Office of Student Involvement. Dr. Patten Wallace works with students, faculty, staff and administrators to help ensure student success and to fulfill the University's mission for a student-centered environment.

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