Student and Community Engagement | Capital University


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    Get Engaged!

  • The Office of Student and Community Engagement is one of the busiest places on campus. No matter what your interests are, the SCE is able to help you get involved and find your niche on campus. Whether it’s planning an annual event, joining a fraternity or sorority, starting your own student organization, being an Orientation Leader, or making a difference in your community through service, we have numerous ways for you to maximize your experience at Capital.

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    The SCE is located on the first floor of the Harry C. Moores Student Union, right across from the bookstore. If you have questions, need a place to do some work, or hang out with friends, stop by! We are open Monday- Friday 8:30 am-5 pm and you’ll regularly see us at events and programs in the evenings and on the weekends.

    Student Organization Resources

    Looking for forms and guidelines to help your organization? Our resource page will help keep you compliant.

    Departmental Mission Statement

    The Office of Student and Community Engagement is dedicated to providing opportunities for students to become productive citizens through the creation of a vibrant, synergistic, learning based community. Through this community, we strive to create challenging programs and services, community partnerships, and student resources that contribute to the students’ intellectual, cultural, social, moral, ethical, and emotional growth and exploration while encourage self-governance. In doing so, we engage students in a wide and diverse range of pursuits within the University and the community that contributes to their foundation for a lifelong learning that will transform their lives and the lives of others. The educating of students to transform their aspirations and values into transforming our global community supports our institutional mission. We support and supplement our institutional mission through programs, resources, services, and a mutual-collegial relationship with campus offices to support students’ formal academic work.