The Campus Center serves as the hub for student engagement and the “living room” of the campus. The Campus Center is a place for students, faculty, and staff to build community, engage in co-curricular opportunities, and utilize services such as campus dining.
Office for Student Development
The Office for Student Development & Campus Center is dedicated to fostering a vibrant and engaging campus community. Student Development promotes a student-directed environment, whereby students are trained with the knowledge, skills, and self-agency to lead their peers in creating positive changes on campus. Students can develop their leadership skills through several organizations, including the Associated Student Government, Campus Activities Board, student organizations, and the Information Desk.
Student Development and Campus Center specifically promotes learning among student leaders, in order to engage students and enhance student life on campus. As a result of their active engagement with Student Development, student leaders will be able to:
- Assess an issue or problem and enact a strategic plan to address it.
- Appropriately challenge unfair or unjust behavior and advocate for equity and inclusiveness.
- Develop strong interpersonal relationships and build cohesive teams.