The Division of Student Development and Success     

Montgomery Student Center; Main Contact:  (864)-596-9016                                                                                                                                     

Mission Statement: The Division of Student Development and Success strives to work collaboratively with all areas of the University to create a community that challenges, supports, and empowers students to develop an understanding of self and purpose. We aspire to nurture individuals who: live with integrity, embrace diversity, care for mind, body and spirit, show compassion, and engage in the global community. The Division of Student Development and Success prepares students for personal, academic and professional success.

     Divisional Personnel

  • Will Case | Associate Provost for Student Success | Montgomery 205A
  • Rhonda Mingo | Dean of Students | Montgomery 206B
  • Jessica Backman | Director of Student Activities and Civic Engagement | Montgomery 202D
  • Bethany Garr l  Director of the Wellness Center l Andrews 112
  • Daphnie Glenn | Director of First Generation Student Programs & Assistant Director of Residential Life  | Montgomery 202C
  • Tori Good | Director of Career Development & Employer Relations | Montgomery 204B
  • Cathy Gowan | Director of Internships and Career Services | Montgomery 204A
  • Wynton Stephens l Director of the Center for Academic Excellence | Mickel Library, 3rd Floor
  • Sher-Ron Laud | Director of Residential Life | Montgomery 202B
  • Sami Singleton | Case Manager for Student Accessibility Services | Montgomery 206C
  • Rev. Eliza Smith| Chaplain | Montgomery 201
  • Tammy W. Stokes | Assistant Dean of Academic Advising & Converse II | Montgomery 206D
  • Danielle Stone  | Assistant Dean of Diversity and Inclusion/Title IX Coordinator  | Montgomery 202H
  • Lexi Stoneburner | Director of  Students in Transition/Assistant Director of Residential Life  | Montgomery 202G
  • Sabrina J. Wilson | Support Specialist for Career Development and Nisbet Honors Program | Montgomery 204

Sexual Assault Prevention (SAP)

As part of our comprehensive health and safety program, Converse requires each student to complete the Sexual Assault Prevention course. This online module provides sexual violence awareness as well as resources available to our students to identify, prevent, and advocate for a safe, secure, and supportive campus. 
 
To complete the Sexual Assault Prevention program, please read the following carefully:
  • Click on the course link below
  • If you have taken a previous course in a past academic year, or started the program previously, click "Add a Course" in the top right corner of your dashboard to re-enroll in your required course
  • Complete part one of the Sexual Assault Prevention program by TBA.
  • After 45 days, you will receive an invitation to complete part two of the Sexual Assault Prevention course which must be completed by TBA. 
  • This program is required for all students, new and returning, and failure to do so will result in a hold placed on a student's account.
If you are having login problems, please contact the Campus Technology Helpdesk at helpdesk@converse.edu or 864.596.9457.

SAP Course Link

Other Important Information:
  • You will need internet access and audio capabilities.
  • To avoid technical issues, please use a major web browser (e.g., Google Chrome, Firefox, Edge, etc.) released recently.
  • You may take the course in multiple sittings, your progress will be saved.
  • The course may include surveys to help personalize your experience and measure participants' attitudes and behaviors. All survey responses are confidential; Converse will only receive information about the participant group as a whole and will never see individual answers.
  • If you experience any EverFi-related problems, technical support is available 24/7 and can be accessed from the "Help" link within the course.