The Department of Campus Recreation strives to:
- Be an integral part of the collegiate experience.
- Exceed accepted national standards of quality for programs and services.
- Be responsive to the needs and desires of an ever-changing campus population.
- Create an environment where everyone is treated with dignity, acceptance, and mutual respect.
- Discriminatory behavior including but not limited to, racism, religious intolerance, sexism, ageism, homophobia, transphobia, harassment, and discrimination against those with disabling conditions will constitute a violation of University policy and will not be tolerated.
The Center for Student Involvement is responsible for working with all student organizations on campus to create an active and engaged student body. We place special emphasis on the needs of our commuter students as well.
CAPS provides a safe space for discussions on identity, empowerment, and intercultural competency. As this is a highly emotional time for our nation, we recommend several strategies to care for yourself and help you remain productive throughout the semester.
The Disability Resource Center (DRC) will assist you in receiving the accommodations and services necessary to equalize access. The DRC provides assistance to students with physical, sensory, learning, psychological, neurological, and chronic medical disabilities.
Health Promotion understands the impact of student health on academic performance and strives to enhance the social, physical and emotional well being of the diverse student body. Health Promotion is committed to providing services that are designed to develop healthy behaviors and prevent health concerns that may interfere with academic and personal success.
The Office of Residence Life, in collaboration with other key University resources, is committed to providing a quality residential experience through our facilities, administration, counseling, dining services, and developmental programs that are engaging and beneficial to our residents’ academic success, safety and personal growth.
This informal gathering is designed to provide a supportive space for students, faculty, and staff in recovery to connect. Serenity Social is a part of the University’s Red Hawk Recovery Program to provide a supportive environment within the campus to engage students in educational opportunities alongside recovery support to ensure that students have the tools and resources to prevent relapse and promote academic performance.