Office of Student Activities
Participation in extracurricular activities can help students develop self-confidence, leadership, and the social skills that will help them in their
future lives. Being involved in campus life outside the classroom is a great way to meet new people and experience the diversity of community living.
The Office of Student Activities sponsors opportunities for students to interact with other students and staff seven days a week during each semester.
There are clubs and organizations in which students can become involved. Students also have a collective voice within the College governance system
through an elected Student Government Association (SGA). The purpose of SGA is to promote cooperation both within the student body and among students,
faculty and administration, and to act as a channel for the expression and resolution of student concerns.
Activities on Campus
The Office of Student Activities plans a wide range of events, including bands, DJs and comedians, speakers, pool tournaments, open mike nights, games,
inter-residence hall contests, movies and trips off-campus. Much of this programming is initiated by students' suggestions, and anyone with an idea for
an activity is welcome to contact the Student Activities Office.
Most academic disciplines sponsor clubs for their students which coordinate field trips to job sites and conferences and engage in other
career-related activities. Such clubs as the Culinary Club, Baking Club, Society of American Foresters, and the Students for Environmental Action are
an excellent way for students to make job contacts and gain additional experience in their chosen fields.
Family Weekend Schedule
Area Accomodations Directory
Clubs & Organizations
Student Government Association (SGA)
Programming Board / Leaning Pine Productions
Relay for Life