See all that stuff to the left, there? Under “Future Undergraduate”? It’s all still true.
By now, of course, you know it’s true. You’ve actually (we hope) stepped out into the community, enjoyed some coffee shop philosophizing, gotten sweaty at the Rec, learned new things in a new way, and attended all those classes you’re paying for. To get even more involved, engaged, and educated, look to Student Life—you’ll find special programs and services, student activities and organizations, and chances to get out and about on campus—and if you don’t see something that interests you, we even offer resources to help you get it started. Who knows? You might even learn something.
Sure, you’re at college for an education, but that hardly stops at a degree.
A college education involves the whole college experience, whether you’re reading in class, working in the lab, discussing brilliant ideas in a coffee shop, expanding your horizons out in the community, climbing the walls at the Rec Center, or napping on the Campus Green (which isn’t all that educational but certainly is refreshing). We’re a big campus that feels like a small campus, so you’re not going to run out of student groups, activities, and opportunities before you run out of hours in the day. Just remember to take time out to breathe.