Campus and Student Life supports the efforts of students, faculty, and staff in creating an environment that embraces and promotes the exploration of difference and the free expression. Campus and Student Life provides programs and activities that create opportunities for dialogue on a broad range of topics, including those cultural, social, and political issues that affect our local, national, and global communities. These programs and activities allow all University members to engage in our diverse community and to learn from and about one another.
Campus and Student Life supports more than 350 diverse student organizations, including cultural and ethnic, religious and spiritual, community service, political and advocacy groups as well as a variety of fine arts student organizations. To find an organization or to learn more about how to get involved visit Blueprint.