Be included! Be connected! Make a difference!
You have reached the Office of Student Life and Leadership!
We sponsor numerous campus events and opportunities for you to build connections with other students. Not only will your college experience be richer and more fulfilling, but over time, you can build leadership and professional skills that will prepare you for success after college.
Please take your time learn about opportunities that are waiting for you. Here are some of the ways you can get involved on campus:
- Event and Activities
- Clubs and Organizations
- Leadership Programs
- Student Government (Student Senate)
The Office of Student Life & Leadership is located in the KSC Building in front of the Student Union, next to the Cafeteria. Visit us to find out how you can get involved and talk to our friendly staff!
Don’t forget to check out our GAME ROOM!
We envision an environment where students are included, involved, connected, empowered and
making a difference.
Our mission is to motivate students to engage in their learning experiences through participation in educational leadership, service, recreational, wellness and cultural activities. We build connections between academic, co-curricular and extracurricular programs to enhance student learning and development. As a program committed to creating high quality opportunities for learning we continually evaluate and assess our effectiveness in an effort to develop an engaging campus environment.
We envision a dynamic learning environment where students are engaged in educational relationships that inspire positive social change.
Our Learning and Development Outcomes
Through participation in Student Life programs the student will be able to:
- Identify and apply diverse leadership strategies and skills;
- Develop and apply organizational skills to establish SLC and Club goals and objectives, conduct meetings, plan and execute events, and conduct evaluations;
- Develop and utilize problem solving and critical thinking skills;
- Develop and utilize effective oral and written communication skills;
- Recognize and apply time and stress management strategies for balancing education, service, work and leisure.
- Develop intercultural competence and skills needed to live, work and serve in a diverse society;
- Develop and apply civic responsibility, leadership values, and skills with a specific emphasis on leadership for social change;
- Identify and utilize co-curricular and extra-curricular programs in support for academic goal achievement;
- Identify and apply behavioral modifications to enhance personal wellness
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