Provides support for students and student-lead organizations through participation in co-curricular educational activities that enhance students’ career preparation, cultural diversity awareness, public service, leadership, and personal growth.
Student Center, Room 104
Connects students with the appropriate services and ensures the resolution of concerns that impact student academic and/or personal well-being.
Student Center, Suite 400
Provides support to students with disabilities in all curricular and co-curricular activities and assists with accommodations and services necessary to equalize access to all areas of the University.
Cole Hall, Room 303
EOF provides quality academic support, leadership development, financial literacy, career enrichment, intentional counseling, advisement and need based financial assistance.
Cole Hall, Room 301
Provides educational programs, outreach, weekly workshops, drug and alcohol support programs, and peer advocacy to students.
Student Center Annex, Room 205
Cottage building located between the Student Center and Richardson Hall.
Provides resource services to all incoming and current students with their application and immigration process and supports students through international student orientation, employment workshops, weekly conversation groups, and cultural and social activities.
Cole Hall, Room 148
Assures that the University fulfills its legal responsibilities and its moral commitment to equal opportunity and affirmative action without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age or physical/mental disability.
Meets once a month on Wednesdays.
Provides support and services to over 60 on-campus student run organizations offering opportunities for students to connect and explore new interests in the areas of public service, culture, arts, hobbies, sports and Greek life.
Student Center, Room 103
Did You Know?
We have helpful resources on multicultural awareness, videos, magazines, and resource guides. Many of these items can be borrowed to help develop your individual programs and events. In addition, we have an in-house library with literature focused on diversity and tolerance.
Please visit us at our Office for Social Justice and Diversity in the Student Center Annex, Room 113 or call the Office at 973-655-5114 to utilize these resources.