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Research shows that actively engaged college students increase their chances for academic success and acquire valuable life-long skills for personal development, leadership and good citizenship.
The SCSU Office of Student Involvement and Leadership Development ensures that students are familiar with and are engaged in university-sponsored co-curricular activities and opportunities which can help students build connections, enhance their campus experiences, increase their personal growth in a variety of areas, and develop many new skills.
Advise your student to meet the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership Development staff and check out the many resources by visiting the website, stopping by the office in the Adanti Student Center Room 212, or calling (203) 392-5782.
There are more than 100 SCSU student clubs and organizations for students to join, and they fall under nine principle categories: