Get involved while you prepare for your life!
Through involvement you will gain valuable skills while you meet new people and involve yourself activities that you enjoy! We have many opportunities for you to start a student organization, take part in a leadership or professional development training, attend a family event or college-sponsored trip, participate in a community service program, join a recreation league or class, or even participate in student government!
Student life can help you find your niche. We can help you find extra-curricular activities that are related to your classes as well as career goals or help you explore new areas of interest!
Stay informed and get connected!
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Current students can access IvyLife through the homepage quick link in MyIvy.
Student organizations are a great way to meet new people while building leadership and professional skills that will make you more marketable in the workplace! To check out our student organizations, visit their pages on IvyLife:
College Sponsored Organizations
Recreation and Wellness
Special Interest Groups
The Student Life Office provides social, cultural, and educational events on campus. These events are a great way to meet and work with your peers to plan campus and community events such bringing in performers, movie nights, family activities, and trips. To learn about events sponsored by your campus, check out our event calendar! To see events specific to your campus, select your campus from the “Branches” drop down menu on the left side of your screen.
Want a quick and easy way to access info about campus events and student organizations? Download the CORQ app! Click here for step-by-step instructions for using CORQ.
Student Leadership Development
We believe everyone has the potential to further develop their leadership and professional development skills. There are a variety of opportunities available for our students to reach their full potential. One of our favorite leadership opportunities is the Student Leadership Academy, A 10-week program offered in the fall that allows members to enhance leadership and professional development skills. Graduates receive a 3-credit scholarship and a specially designed medallion to be worn at Commencement.
Our Student Government Association (SGA) is the official voice of the student body and the group that ensures a positive learning environment. Members are exposed to various experiential learning opportunities, from budgeting and interpreting constitutions to leader retreats and social networking.
Service initiatives allow students to learn more about themselves and the world around them. Students are able to participate in a variety of community opportunities from one-time service projects to long-term service partnerships.
Recreation and Wellness
From organized teams to intramurals, fitness centers and classes, we are happy to promote physical and mental wellness.