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Meet Student Affairs

Meet Student Affairs

Let us guide you.

The Office of Student Affairs is here as your resource. We know what it’s like to be a student and how important it is to have a staff that works with you and responds to your needs. From housing to off-campus activities to academics, we’ll help you adjust to life at SFCM.

Contact Student Affairs

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Timothy Dunn

Associate Dean for Student Affairs
International Student Services / Principal Designated School Official
Tdunn@sfcm.edu

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Leslie J. Donohue, MPT

Director of Physical Therapy
ldonohue@sfcm.edu

In my role as Physical Therapist, I provide individual injury screenings to any SFCM instrumental student who is currently playing with pain or who thinks they may have an injury. I provide recommendations that may include referral to a primary care physician, recommendation for a full physical therapy evaluation, or even no further treatment. 

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Declan McLeish

Coordinator for Residence Life
dmcleish@sfcm.edu
(415) 503-6461

My role in Student Affairs involves managing Residence Life at SFCM’s brand new student housing facility, the Bowes Center. At the Bowes Center, we house the majority of our undergraduate student body as well as many of our graduate students. 

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Madison Roesler

Director of Campus Activities
mroesler@sfcm.edu
415-503-6240

I build community at SFCM through student activities, student club advising, and campus programs. Additionally, I oversee the Student Services Desk and assist with the administration of the student health programs and dining plans.

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Revi-Airborne Williams LMFT

Director of Counseling Services
rawilliams@sfcm.edu

As a licensed mental health professional, I provide confidential support to students experiencing stress, anxiety, depression, or other emotional or mental health challenges. I meet with students on a short term basis to offer talk therapy and tools for managing personal issues, and can also provide resources and referrals for students in need of more long term mental health support.