Welcome to the Office of Student Engagement!
Involvement in campus life is paramount to building life skills outside the classroom, which prepares students for success at McDaniel College and beyond. Campus involvement also reinforces academic teaching and provides opportunities to gain essential personal and professional experiences. Beyond this, being involved on campus is just plain fun!
Here are some areas and ways to get involved:
McDaniel College students can select from approximately 90 student organizations featured on campus each year, covering subjects as varied as club sports and intramural teams to service, academic, and political interest groups / honor societies. McDaniel College hosts an active Greek Community, featuring three national sororities and one local sorority; four national fraternities and one local fraternity.
Look here to check out all the organizations on campus:
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Campus speakers, programs, performances, and more!
McDaniel College offers a wide variety of cultural performances and entertainment opportunities, where students can take advantage of myriad academic presentations, Green Terror Athletics matches, Music Department and Theater performances, and student organization programs, including campus-wide events, like “Homecoming” each fall and “Spring Fling” each spring.
Student Engagement Mission/Vision
The Office of Student Engagement encourages students to engage in learning without limits by advancing opportunities that allow for growth and development within and beyond the classroom setting. Through partnerships with a number of academic and student affairs departments on campus, we promote integrative learning and assist students with connecting to College resources and programs including student activities, student organization development, leadership programming, fraternities and sororities, community service, diversity and multicultural education.
The Office of Student Engagement assists students with making intentional decisions about their involvement both in, and, out of the classroom for a more meaningful college experience.