The College of Applied Sciences and Arts (CASA) at San José State University (SJSU) has seven departments and four schools with more than 8,000 undergraduate and graduate students served by more than 400 faculty and staff.
Dr. Alice Hines has been interim dean for CASA since July 1, 2014. Dr. Hines has served as an Associate Dean for the college for three years. She looks forward to working closely with students, faculty and staff as they prepare for the 2014-15 school year. Dr. Pamela Richardson also joined the dean's office staff in summer 2014 as acting associate dean. Richardson comes to the dean's office from the department of Occupational Therapy, where she has served as chair in recent years.
CASA Connections Newsletters
The College of Applied Sciences and Arts launched a College newsletter in Fall 2014. The newsletter includes information about the college, departments and school as well as features on student achievements. We are hoping to connect with our faculty, staff, students, alumni and donors as well as share news from all of these groups. Submit news items to Melissa Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org for upcoming blog posts or newsletter editions.
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See the exciting fields we support
The College of Applied Sciences and Arts programs offer unique hands-on training, with many of our majors providing internship opportunities so students are prepared to start a career as soon as they graduate. Watch the College of Applied Sciences and Arts informational video to see some of our students and faculty in action.
Student Affairs Committee (SAC)
The College of Applied Sciences and Arts values input from our students. Interim Dean Alice Hines or one of her associate deans meets regularly with the Student Affairs Committee to listen to student comments about their time on campus and to take suggestions on places to improve their experience.
The students involved in the SAC act as the liaisons between the department/school, the students, and the Dean's Office.
If you have questions, concerns, or issues that you would like to have addressed, contact your SAC representative (a fellow student).