Campus Life


  • As a member of our campus community, you will be welcomed. On our campus, we value equality of opportunity, human dignity and diversity. 

    Clubs and organizations

    We have more than 60 clubs and organizations, which include many special-interest clubs you might find appealing.

    Residence Life

    You’ll feel comfortable living on campus, where you can also participate in many special activities:

    • Annual Cultural Festival
    • Coming Out For Equality
    • Real Talk Series during Black History Month
    • Take Back the Night

    You’ll also have a wide range of food from many cultures to choose from in our dining hall. During an international dinner, the dining staff made paella, spicy peanut soup, jerk chicken and pork pot stickers. And if you have a recipe from home, share it with the dining staff so they can make it.

    If you want to stay in your apartment, you’ll have a diverse mix of cable channels to choose from.

    Religious services

    You can meditate, reflect or pray in the Harriett B. Wick Chapel on campus, where people of all faiths and no faiths are welcome. Some worship services are held in the chapel, and others are held off campus

    The chapel is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday

    4 to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday

    If you have any questions regarding religious services or use of the chapel, contact Tonya Ackley in the Office of Community Engagement.