Some universities are enormous or they may just feel that way. We have found that the best way to make it feel smaller is to get involved. Joining a club will help your students build a community while helping students to discover their passions and strengths. To make a big university feel small, get more involved! When most students think of getting involved, Greek life comes to mind, but there are so many other on-campus opportunities to take advantage of.
The list of clubs, organizations, and ways students can get involved is literally in the 100’s and every school differs. Some students may choose to rush a sorority or fraternity, others might want to get involved in intramural sports, and some may want to turn their compassion into action by volunteering. Student government may be their thing, or perhaps they prefer a religious organization. Did you know that many schools now have a Quidditch Team? Depending on how well students organize their time, they may want to get involved in multiple ways. To make the most of college getting involved is undoubtedly one of the first steps.
Firstly, joining a club helps your students build a community and network. Meeting people will help their transition into college go smoother and these connections and friendships can last forever. Joining clubs and organizations allows students to discover their passions and strengths, and to make connections for future resumes and employment.
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