The Office of Student Life provides students a variety of outlets for involvement and leadership development while enrolled at The W. With service opportunities, social and education events, leadership workshops and retreats, career development, and more than 80 student organizations, students can shape their co-curricular experience and enhance their learning potential through campus engagement.
Below are the different links for getting involved.
Involvement in a campus organization can significantly contribute to a student’s total education. Through engagement in these organizations, students can meet new people, develop communication and leadership skills, find their passion, and enhance their campus experience.
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Social organizations provides a loyal and supportive community in which students can cultivate new leadership skills, academic discipline, event planning, financial responsibility, and social networking skills. The W offers a variety of Social Club and Greek Life opportunities for students.
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The Student Government Association (SGA) at The W serves as the representative body for student needs by being the liaison between students and campus administrators and advocating for student satisfaction and success at The W. The Executive Officers and Senate members are visible on campus and host numerous programs and opportunities for you to get involved!
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The Student Programming Board (SPB) is a student-led organization that is committed to bringing quality entertainment to The W community. SPB sponsors campus events including concerts, movies, novelties, and special events.
Participation in community service a visible way to live the mission of Mississippi University for Women, and service allows students to share their talents with those in need, learn more about themselves, and give back to the community they call home.
Gaining practical experience through employment is another excellent way for students to become engaged on campus. Career Services offers student placement into, both federal and institutionally funded, Work Study positions.
Join the Long Blue Line of men and women who participate in the many campus traditions that have developed since 1884.
Cochran Hall, 2nd Floor1100 College StreetW-Box 1624Columbus, MS 39701Phone: (662) 329-7350
1100 College Street Columbus, MS 39701phone: 662.329.4750 or 877.462.8439