Andrew J. Pettee
Title: Director of Student Assistance, Leadership and Conduct
Department: Dean of Students
Campus: Hammond & Westville
Building: Student Union & Library Building Room: 313 | LSF Room: 103
Phone: 219-989-4141 | 219-785-5368
What path brought you here?
Andy Pettee currently serves as the Director of Student Assistance, Leadership, and Conduct. He is responsible for the Office of the Dean of Students and the Office of Campus Life. Andy also serves as a Deputy Title IX Coordinator and an investigator for complaints of harassment or discrimination.
Andy holds a Bachelors Degree in Psychology, and a Masters Degree in Educational Administration and Leadership from Eastern Michigan University. Andy has expertise in Bystander Intervention Programming, Student Advocacy, Student Leadership, and Student Conduct. Andy has been certified by the Office for Victims Crimes as a Sexual Assault Advocate, as well as certified as a Level three investigator by the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA).
Andy came to Purdue Calumet from North Central College where he held the position of Assistant Director of Residence Life. At North Central College and was responsible for supervision of Area Hall Directors, housing operations, living learning communities, and was a lead member of the Green Dot Implementation Team.
Prior to North Central College Andy was an Area Director in Residence Life and Indiana State University. He was responsible for the oversight of residence halls of first year students. He was responsible for student staff training, and implemented a student staff seminar for first year staff members. Andy served on the Sexual Violence Prevention Coalition, was involved with New Student Orientation, and the MAP-Works implementation team.
Where are you most likely to be found when you’re not working?
He enjoys traveling, cooking, and running local races.
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What do you like most about working at the Office of the Dean of Students?
Helping students achieve their goals, and to be able to serve students in a variety of different roles.