The Office of Student Life (OSL) supports student involvement in many student focused opportunities. These opportunities create a space and place for all students to engage, meet new friends, get to know college resources, or be involved in academically supportive activities. See below for all Office of Student Life has to offer.
The Office of Student Life coordinates activities for students through it's Centers. Get to know our Centers with information below.
The ASG is the student body's student focused organization. Five student body officers represent student issues to college executive board administration. ASG officers attend Board of Trustees Meetings, assign students to tenure committees, represent student voice on college committees, and charter clubs. Attend open weekly meetings where ideas and issues are discussed.
RISE Center programs help all students, especially our BIPOC students, engage in activities and social spaces that support underserved community members. The Center has social space to meet new friends, community resource information, and a social justice focused library check out. The Center also coordinates, with Lions CREW, social justice and equity focused activities for all students.
The Veteran's Center, located in East Building E131, is an area where all students, especially Veterans, military dependents, and active duty personnel, can study, socialize, and grab a cup of coffee.
The Wellness Center serves all students, and has programs available throughout the quarter. Programs like stress reduction, alcohol and other drug information, or mental health strategies. The Center also coordinates use of gym equipment.
Office of Student Life supports different programs for students to engage with student life throughout their time on campus.
OSL maintains some services for students who need additional services during the quarter.
Campus Postings (posters, flyers, tabletop displays, etc.) are regulated by Office of Student Life. Postings include community announcements, roommate requests, for sale items, and on campus activities.
As a courtesy to students needing to fax financial aid documents to the federal government, our office helps students with that task. Bring forms to East Building, E128, and ask for faxing support.
The meditation room, managed by the RISE Center, is a place where all students are welcome to spend time praying, meditating, or being in peace. Check out a card to gain access.
Engage with all OSL Centers, Programs, and Services, online through Instagram. You may also check out all scheduled student events on the LWTech College calendar.
Mon-Fri, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Mon-Thurs, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday, Closed to the public
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