Office of Student Life



The Office of Student Life

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 Student Programs has to offer.

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.
Lions CREW is our group of student activities and marketing student staff who create campus life activities. Activities focus on equity and wellness. Look for ways to join the team in spring quarter.
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 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.
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. 
Student Club Communities engage enrolled students in leadership opportunities, while encouraging them to have fun with friends. Club Communities are started or renewed by club officers or members interested in pursuing a particular topic of interest.
LWTech supports the Beta Iota Tau student club, connected to the academic achieving international associated, Phi Theta Kappa.
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.
LWTech celebrates the academic achievement of its students through the annual commencement program. Student Programs manages this program that involves the whole college community. 
Campus Postings (posters, flyers, tabletop displays, etc.) are regulated by Student Programs. Postings include community announcements, roommate requests, for sale items, and on campus activities.