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The University creates an engaging environment that inspires students to realize their full potential through self-discovery, connection to community, meaningful work, a love of learning, and a life of purpose.
The University oversees student clubs and organizations, Student Orientation, Advisement and Registration (SOAR), First Year Experience programming, The Bog, Spiritual Life and Service Learning, Diversity Programs, and Parent Programs.
With more than 125 active student organizations and a variety of office programming, there is always something happening on campus to get involved in.
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Student Support Coordinator
Studying is hard - we are here to help! Our services focus on assisting students to achieve their academic and personal success. You can visit our Academic Support Center page for more information.
Active Minds is a student run organization and support group whose goal is to promote mental health awareness and end the stigma associated with illnesses and disorders of the mind.
Our Aero Design club works on designing and building from scratch RC-model airplanes.This club offers lots of opportunities to all our students who want to try themselves in design of aerocrafts.
The Aikido Club is a club that encourages the practice, discussion, and appreciation of the Japanese martial art of Aikido. You can learn the basics as well as advanced defense techniques of this ancient martial art.