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expended by students through annual proposals. For more information about this fee contact Student Programs.
D.E.N. Daily Eating Necessities – LWTech’s Food Pantry
The Associated Student Government supports a small food pantry for enrolled students. The intent of the pantry is to help students get a small bite to eat while on campus, when they do not have enough money to purchase a meal. The DEN is a donation based pantry and anyone may donate non-perishable, healthy snack items to Student Programs.
Student Programs
East Building, E128
(425) 739-8314
Student Programs houses several components of student life including: Associated Student Government, leadership development, student clubs, CREW activity planning, on-campus volunteering, equity and diversity activities, new student orientation, and engaging experiences for all students that are fun and educational. Look for opportunities to get involved throughout the year. Student Programs also employs students to accomplish many of the events above. Look for job opportunities throughout the year. Lastly, Student Programs also acts as a resource for all students. Student Programs will: post for sale fliers, rent TI-80 and TI-84Plus calculators, help you volunteer at the college, schedule study spaces, fax financial aid paperwork, and answer various questions about the college.
Lion’s Creating Resources for Engagement and Wellness (CREW)
The CREW Team provides events, activities, and resources for LWTech students that enrich our campus life and community. The purpose of these events, activities, and resources are to: connect students to our campus, provide opportunities to meet and socialize with other students, introduce students to new ideas and cultures, support students’ interests and identities, and contribute to students’ academic success. Each quarter these events are created by our CREW Team for their peers. We encourage all students to take advantage of campus activities.
Student Chartered Clubs
Student clubs are a great way to meet new friends or learn about an interesting topic with others. Any currently enrolled student may charter a club through Student Programs. Clubs offer leadership and learning opportunities by being involved with college business processes, community building, and student government. Club leaders may apply for funding to sponsor on- and off-campus events and professional development; usually conference attendance. They are also eligible to fundraise on campus. Club meetings are open to all students. For more information about joining or starting a club, contact Student Programs.
The commencement ceremony is a time when student academic achievement is celebrated. Student Programs staff manages all aspects of the ceremony including: registering for the event and assigning honor cords. Information about commencement is available online. High School Programs manages a High School graduation ceremony. Enrollment Services manages your

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