Often, students who have found ways to get involved on campus have better experiences than students who aren't. Acting Dean of Students Devin Cramer shares advice on getting involved this year, no matter what your goals may be.
The Media Archeology Lab, the Center for African and African American Studies, the Heritage Center and Norlin Library will be part of Culture Crawl, an event celebrating cultural heritage sites and groups with activities, performances, games and shows at 14 campus locations throughout the day.
Join a free active harmer response class for faculty, staff and students. No registration is needed; simply show up ready to learn what to do in an active harmer situation using the national “run, hide, fight” protocol.
Whether you’re in a relationship, hooking up or staying single, knowing how to prevent and treat sexually transmitted infections can help you stay safe and healthy. Here are a few things you should know about STIs. Read more
While vaping can serve as an alternative to cigarette smoking, it still poses a number of inherent risks, especially for young adults. Here are seven things you should know if you choose to vape. Read more
Friendships are an exciting part of college and sometimes making friends as an adult can feel challenging. Here are some tips that can help you make meaningful connections now and into the future. Read more
A common citation for students living off campus is a nuisance ticket, often issued for excessive noise. It may result in a hefty fine and mandatory restorative justice courses. Here are some tips to lower your chances. Read more
Sometimes, in our efforts to make fast friends or join a particular group, we can find ourselves in uncomfortable or dangerous situations. Here are four things everyone should know about hazing. Read more
Campus offers many favorite study spots, some of which offer caffeinated and comforting beverages to help during your study sessions. These coffee and tea shops will make the hours spent studying a little more enjoyable. Read more
Faculty office hours are a space for you to interact with your professor one-on-one, ask questions and get clarification. Taking advantage of office hours early in the semester can help you feel more confident as the term progresses. Here are a few ways to make the most of meeting with your professors. Read more