Through intentional collaboration, college and community service, and student advocacy, Campus Life offers programs and services that foster engagement and leadership while supporting student success and college-wide retention efforts.
Campus Life adopts the Shared Ethical Principles of The Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) in planning, programming, and decision-making.
Co-Curricular Learning & Development Outcomes
- Knowledge Acquisition, Construction, Integration, and Application
The student will use multiple sources of information to make meaning, solve problems, and create new insights.
- Cognitive Complexity
The student will identify, analyze, and interpret questions, and integrate mental, emotional, and creative processes to form a decision or opinion.
- Intrapersonal Development
The student will explore the intersectionality of identity and assess, articulate, and acknowledge personal skills, abilities, and growth potential.
- Interpersonal Development
The student will establish healthy, assistive, and mutually beneficial relationships while also seeking help from others when needed.
- Humanitarianism and Civic Engagement
The student will understand the interconnectedness of all people and consider social systems and the welfare of others in decision-making.
- Practical Competence
The student will demonstrate balance among education, work, and leisure time while participating in healthy, constructive, or self-reliant behaviors.
Find Us On Campus
|Office of Campus Life|
|Location||Life Fitness Center, room 108|