Student Engagement and New Student Programs
Students who participate in campus life opportunities outside the classroom discover an ideal learning laboratory for gaining essential personal and professional skills such as analysis, decision making, time management, communication, delegation, motivation, problem solving, and budgeting.
Service to the College community through student engagement is personally rewarding and provides opportunities to meet other students, develop relationships, promote change on campus and explore new interests.
The Office of Student Engagement and New Student Programs strives to create a vibrant, purposeful, and supportive college community where students make a difference, develop healthy and meaningful relationships with others, advocate for their interests, learn about themselves, and develop leadership and life skills.
- Alcohol, Other Drug, Hazing and Bystander Intervention Training and Education
- College Traditions
- First-Year Programs
- Leadership, Student Clubs, and Campus Activities, Events, and Programs
- New Student Orientation and Transition
- Party Planning and Management
Please use the menu on the left to find out more about student engagement at Bryn Mawr.