Student Centers

Student Centers Updates on COVID-19

Resumption of Student Organization Activity

On September 3, 2020, The Center for Leadership and Involvement posted updates for student organizations. The Student Centers worked very closely with with the Center for Leadership and Involvement to lay out plans for resumption of activity, with an emphasis on virtual resources and protocols for limited in-person events. To learn more about these updates, please visit the Center for Leadership and Involvement Website.

The Student Centers have also launched an Event Planning Video Library for student organizations. New topics are periodically added to enhance you event planning skill sets.

Student Centers Building Hours

The Student Centers are prioritizing the health and wellness of the greater University community in this difficult time and are adjusting hours in our facilities in conjunction with the guidance of Public Health officials and University leadership. We look forward to welcoming you back into our spaces and building community with you soon. To see our hours for the remainder of the academic year, please visit our Hours of Operation page.

Student Centers RSO Quarterly and Annual Processes

The Quarterly Room Lottery, Annual Mandel Hall Request Process, and RSO annual application for office and storage are all suspended for the foreseeable future, based on current University, City and State Guidance on in-person gatherings. We will reevaluate as needed and will be sure to send updates along once we’ve determined if we can resume these typical processes later in the academic year.

Resources and More Information on COVID-19

  • Go Forward: The University’s Go Forward website has your answers and is the most comprehensive campus-based resource for the University’s response to Coronavirus, campus updates, and FAQs.
  • The CDC Coronavirus Website: The latest update, guidance, and information about COVID-19 from public health officials and experts including how to protect yourself and what to do if you get sick.