The Center for Student Involvement, located on the first floor of Caine Student Center, complements academic programs through development of, exposure to and participation in a variety of programs, activities and leadership opportunities. The amount of energy – both physical and psychological – that students expend at their institution has been shown to affect positively their development during college. The Center for Student Involvement provides students a chance to develop their leadership skills, gain career-related experience, learn organizational skills, develop marketing and public relations skills, and have fun while getting involved in campus life.
Over 80 student organizations, from community service, sports and spirit clubs to the historic literary societies, invite every student to get involved. The Center for Student Involvement serves as a resource for student leaders through advising, leadership development programs and organizational support services. Through your involvement in co-curricular activities, you’ll round out your academic experience by learning new skills that will make your education complete! Find out how to start your involvement journey at www.ic.edu/student-involvement.