Student Life is here for you. Our services and program really address our two primary missions:
Helping Students to be Successful
Developing Community and Fostering Student Involvement
Students will interact with Student Life in some very basic ways – selecting your residence hall room, asking questions about your dining plan, getting your Campus ID and the swipe-card access that comes with it.
Student may interact with Student Life to get additional assistance or to resolve a problem – help with managing relationships, addressing a rule violation, seeking help for a friend who is thinking about self-harm or struggling with food or other issues. The University manages a CARE Team that works with students who need a little help identifying a plan for mitigating personal issues that affect their ability to be successful. We want students to interact with Student Life through their involvement in Student Organizations and through Intramurals. More than half of students enrolled in on-campus classes will participate in either intramurals or student organizations.
These events are fun designed to help connect you with other students. Regular craft nights or board game nights or movie nights give you welcome breaks in your calendar and, for many students, help them start down a path of leadership development. Student Life is committed to facilitating student learning and the development of the whole student while cultivating a diverse and inclusive campus community. Through our programs, services, facilities, and partnerships, we provide opportunities for students' growth and a rewarding educational experience.