The University of Scranton offers many opportunities for students to engage in cocurricular and extracurricular programs, activities and initiatives that are designed to enhance their collegiate learning experience. In many cases, these programs, activities, and initatives afford students the chance to make meaningful connections between their academic coursework and community engagement. The following is a list of some helpful links whereby students can learn more about myriad opportunities to engage in the University community:
- Campus Ministries (Retreats, Service [local, domestic, and international], Liturgy, Faith Communities)
- Career Development
- Center for Health Education & Wellness (Peer Education, Student Wellness, Late Night at Scranton Programming)
- Center for Student Engagement (Orientation, Leadership Development, University of Scranton Programming Board, Clubs & Organizations)
- Cross Cultural Centers (Jane Kopas Women's Center & Multicultural Center)
- Recreational Sports (Open Recreation, Intramurals, Club Sports, Aquatics)
- Residence Life (On-Campus Living, Living Learning Communities, Off-Campus & Commuter Student Life).
Division of Student Formation & Campus Life - Mission
The Division of Student Formation & Campus Life, inspired by our Catholic and Jesuit identity, challenges students to recognize their unique gifts and talents, reach beyond their perceived capabilities, develop a restless desire for excellence grounded in gratitude, and discover and embrace who they are called to be.
Committed to forming socially responsible, engaged, and reflective men and women, the Division facilitates transformative learning experiences aimed at advancing students' understanding of and lifelong commitment to:
- developing adult faith and spirituality,
- fostering a healthy and balanced lifestyle,
- cultivating a sense of personal responsibility and accountability,
- honoring diverse thoughts, perspectives and cultures,
- integrating knowledge into lived experiences,
- engaging in service for and with others, and
- discerning one’s vocation and direction.