Dean of Students Office
Mike Segawa is serving this academic year as the Interim Dean of Students after having spent the last 13 years in senior student affairs roles at the University of Puget Sound. For the last 10 years he served as the Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students at UPS, a national, residential, liberal arts campus located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
Prior to Puget Sound, he was the Director of Housing at The Evergreen State College from 1995-2004 and the senior residential life officer at the University of Washington from 1983-1995. Mike earned his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Irvine and a graduate degree in College Student Personnel Administration from Colorado State University.
He has been active in a variety of professional associations including NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, ACPA: College Student Educators International, and the housing profession's ACUHO-I. His leadership roles have included serving as the president of NASPA, chairing of a number of national and regional conferences, faculty roles for numerous workshops and institutes, and regional senior leadership positions.
Outside of work, Mike has tried running for the past 35 years and is a baseball fanatic with a strong affinity for the Seattle Mariners and his hometown team the San Diego Padres. With both teams, there is always next year!
As the Interim Dean of Students, Mike Segawa oversees the departments of New Student Initiatives, the Office of Student Conduct, the Campus Victim Advocate, Fraternity & Sorority Life, Student Persistence Research and the Nevada Career Studio. Mike Segawa is also the Chair of the Student Intervention Team, which supports and addresses issues of concern within the University student population.
Dean of Students Office: 775-682-6846
The fraternity and sorority community exists to promote a unified community of academic excellence, integrity, character and cultural diversity.
New Student Initiatives strengthens every student's four-year graduation plan by providing tools to succeed academically, socially and emotionally in their first-year at the University of Nevada.
The Office of Student Conduct administers the Student Code of Conduct, Policies and Guidelines that govern all students enrolled at the University of Nevada.
Student Persistence Research guides all quantitative and qualitative analysis for the Division of Student Services, including program evaluation and assessment of student learning outcomes.