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What does DOSO stand for?

DOSO stands for Dean of Students Office

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In a statement filed over the weekend and released Monday, addressed to the Dean of Students office from organizers of the ASUA Women's Resource Center, AZ Jewish Voice for Peace, UA No MEis Muertes, UA Students for Justice in Palestine, the students urge the Dean "to recognize the vandalism as racially motivated and to denounce the violence as a hate crime" targeting Palestinian people, culture, and society.
Campus Advantage requires its site-level residence life representatives to proactively establish channels of communication with the following campus offices and departments: * Dean of Students Office * Student Activities * Career Center * Counseling Center * Student Organizations * Academic Success Offices * Tutoring resources * (Campus Safety/Campus Police * Other departments that could benefit residents Them are various ways to make these connections, including student resource scavenger hunts where student staff members are sent to find as many campus resources as possible to address simulated resident issues.
Byline: Jon Wilner Staff Writer UCLA has suspended starting cornerback Marques Anderson from school for the fall quarter for his participation in the disabled-parking scandal and prior incidents with the dean of students office, according to a statement issued by his family.
His responsibilities as vice provost were vast, including admissions, records, registration, financial aid, educational opportunity programs (federally funded initiatives), student academic advising and support services, career services, student activities and leadership programs, student health and counseling center, dean of students office, orientation, graduation ceremonies, campuswide judicial system, community college and transfer initiatives, and student organizations.