There are currently 290 registered student organizations that promote student involvement on campus. Studies have shown that students that are involved on campus increases retention and persistence toward degree completion. Through involvement students learn to be more socially competent, academically focused and civically engaged.
*Registering student organizations
*Providing information and guidance concerning the appropriate campus policies and procedures
*Maintaining and promoting access to campus resources and services
*Offering assistance regarding leadership development and advising
For more information about Student Organizations contact:
Monique Allen, Assistant Director of Campus Life
Social Event Management