Campus Life & Activities

All new and returning students must complete the Fall Attendance Questionnaire by July 9, 2020.


The Office of Campus Life is planning to offer in-person, virtual, and hybrid student programs and late-night social events this fall. 

Clear and standard practices will be established so that students know, in advance, how to manage meetings and social events. We will align programming and events with CDC guidelines that include limiting gatherings to 50 people or fewer and require attendees to wear face coverings. Limits on the number of people assembled may change as CDC guidelines evolve.

While large-scale social events will not be possible this fall, we will be working with student clubs, organizations, and campus partners in providing ample opportunities for student engagement that reflect the diverse interests of our students, and that capture some of the traditions that students have come to know and love. 

Co-curricular Space Access 

Student leaders of clubs, organizations, and other groups requiring special access permissions to conduct the business of their organization will be required to adhere to all guidelines for maximum capacities, physical distancing expectations, and other transmission risk-management practices. 


If you have questions about campus life and student activities, email