How Do I...?
The Office of Student Activities is poised to help you plan your event. After selecting a date, time, and location, explore the many funding sources on campus including the Student Budget Committee, Social Affairs Committee, Forum for Free Speech, Student Council, or other student organizations, and academic departments. Reserve any equipment you might need, and then let everyone know what you have planned. Questions? Let us know!
There are currently over 100 student clubs and organizations on campus. If you do not find an organization to suit your interests, you have the opportunity to form a new one. To register, a group should apply for a charter with Student Council. A student group must have a charter to be eligible for either assigned campus space or funding from the Student Budget Committee.
The Student Employment Office (SEO) is responsible for the College's student employment program, overseeing more than 1,100 students who work part-time on campus. The SEO directs the payroll process, job development, employee/employer relations, and policy determination and implementation.