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Craig R. Enyeart
Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Student Conduct and Integrity
Craig Enyeart has served as ISU’s Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Student Conduct and Integrity since August of 2012. Craig’s duties include adjudicating student disciplinary cases, maintaining the units confidential records, implementing sanctioning, communicating with victims and witnesses for case clarification, conducting policy review, developing and maintaining collaborative relationships with University offices and the creation and implementation of a campus mediation and alternative dispute resolution. Prior to serving as Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Student Conduct and Integrity, Craig served as both Associate Director of Student Conduct and Integrity (2011-2012) and Assistant Director Assistant Director of Student Conduct and Integrity (2008-2011).
In total, Craig has served the ISU community in a variety of capacities as both a student and a professional over the last 18 years. In fact, Craig began his professional career at ISU while still an undergraduate student. Prior to his graduation with a Bachelors of Science in criminology (2002), Craig began working with the ISU Police as a Community Service Officer (2001-2004). Craig worked concurrently in the Office of Residential Life, during that time, as an Assistant Hall Director (2002-2004). Craig went on to earn a Master’s of Science in criminology from ISU (2004). In 2005, Craig became a full-time employee of Residential Life when he accepted the position of Area Director (2005-2008). As Area Director, Craig coordinated two to three residence halls each housing 250-750 students, administrated the daily operations of the residence halls, managed their operational, supply, and development budgets and managed residence hall conduct situations.
Craig is married to Shara (Prettyman), who is a media specialist for the Vigo County School Corporation. The couple resides in the village of St. Mary’s of the Woods in western Vigo County with their three children: Colton, Connor and Corbin.