Student Affairs and Enrollment Management

Student Affairs and Enrollment Management (SAEM) supports educational equality by facilitating innovative programs, services and strategies designed to positively impact all students’ success and progression toward personal and academic goals. Encompassing approximately 25 units and functions, SAEM is responsible for providing activities, advocacy programs, policies, services and support to students from the time they first begin considering their application to attend SF State, until they graduate with their desired degree and become leaders in their careers and in their communities. SAEM serves students guided by the values of integrity, community, social justice, transformation and innovation— values which are at the heart of the SF State ethos and reflective of the unique place and history. They hope to create that sense of “home away from home” and serve as a place where students can seek assistance or find inspiration when they don’t know where else to go.

Luoluo Hong, Vice President for Student Affairs & Enrollment Management; Title IX Coordinator

Luoluo Hong is a passionate educator, courageous leader and energetic student advocate who joined the executive leadership team of San Francisco State University as the Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management on May 1, 2014. Starting July 1st, she was also designated the campus’ Title IX Coordinator. Prior to SF State, VP Hong served as Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at the University of Hawaii at Hilo from January 2008 through April 2014, where she concurrently took on the role of Acting Athletic Director for one-and-a-half years. At each campus where she has worked, VP Hong has taught undergraduate or graduate-level courses and been an affiliated faculty member in a variety of disciplines, including Kinesiology, Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, Psychology, and Criminal Justice and Criminology. She was also a tenure– track Associate Professor of Women’s Studies at ASU and was tenured as an Associate Professor in Public Health Leadership and Education in UH Hilo’s College of Pharmacy. VP Hong holds a BA in Psychology from Amherst college, a Master’s in Public Health from Yale University, and a PhD in Educational Leadership and Research from LSU in Baton Rouge.

Student Affairs and Enrollment Cabinet by Division and Department Group/Area

Cabinet Division Department Group/Area 2015-16
Initial Budget
(A)
2015-16 Revised Budget
(B)
2015-16
Actuals
(C)
2016-17
Initial Budget
(D)
2015-16 Revised Budget to
2015-16 Actuals Variance
(B-C)
2016-17 Initial Budget to
2015-16 Actuals Variance
(D-C)
Student Affairs & Enrollment Management
  Dean of Students Office Associate Vice President and Dean of Students 972,429 1,028,228 974,597 1,273,442 53,632 298,845
  Division of Student Affairs Associate Vice President for Student Affairs 2,297,271 2,691,677 2,791,121 2,438,130 (99,444) (352,991)
  Division of Enrollment Management Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management 6,617,051 7,210,370 6,907,553 6,791,639 302,817 (115,914)
  Division of International Education Associate Vice President for International Education 1,280,899 1,380,566 1,380,207 1,362,219 359 (17,988)
  Public Safety Assistant Vice President for Campus Safety & Chief of Police 3,697,295 3,788,234 3,341,098 3,885,861 447,137 544,763
  Student Health Fee Student Health Fee - 287,390 85,918 69,607 201,471 (16,311)
  Vice President of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Vice President of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management 1,135,253 1,254,403 733,706 837,566 520,697 103,861
 
Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Total Expenditures (not including Benefits) 16,000,198 17,640,867 16,214,199 16,658,464 1,426,669 444,266
 
Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Benefits Total* - 7,412,884 7,412,884 7,630,123 - 217,239
 
Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Total 16,000,198 25,053,751 23,627,083 24,288,587 1,426,669 661,505
*Benefits are budgeted centrally and then allocated throughout the year. The benefit amount reflected in the 16-17 Budget Column is a projected figure.