Student Involvement and Leadership is a major component of the Division of Student Affairs serving the university community.
The office's mission is to provide meaningful co- and extra-curricular developmental and educational opportunities for students in a highly personalized and student-centered educational environment in order to challenge students to embrace difference, adapt to change, think critically, communicate effectively, and become responsible citizens as outlined by the University’s mission.
Committed to enhancing the overall educational experience of students, the office will provide students, at a variety of abilities and engagement levels, with appropriately designed opportunities to develop their leadership capacity and campus engagement in support of becoming life-long learners.
We strive to involve students in the planning and implementation of co- and extra-curricular activities; encourage the intellectual, social, physical, spiritual, emotional, financial, and career development of students; and, support positive educational outcomes including the ability to create, function in and maintain a socially just, culturally engaged, civically involved, sustainable and technologically advanced community.
All information contained within this web site can be provided in alternative formats upon request by contacting Disability Support Services.
Updated: Tuesday, May 28, 2013
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