Your time in college isn't just about academics. It's also about the experiences and memories you create outside of the classroom, and the best way to do that is by engaging in EFSC's vibrant student life on campus. Use our quick links if you know what you're looking for, and be sure to explore below for details.
Please Note: These events are sponsored by the Office of Student Life for the benefit of current EFSC students only (taking at least one class during the term). No others including children may attend.
Get involved through student clubs and organizations. There's something for everyone, whether you're interested in politics, the arts, sports, culture, technology, or community service. Clubs are a great way to meet new people who share your interests, gain valuable leadership and organizational skills, and have fun.
The Titan Virtual Hub is the best place to get info about on-campus and online events throughout the year. From concerts to parties to guest speakers, there's always something going on that you won't want to miss!
Join the Student Government Association (SGA) to help plan events and bring your ideas to life on campus. The SGA represents the student body and serves as a liaison with college administrators. As a member, you can advocate for student interests, plan events and initiatives, and gain valuable leadership experience.
But student life isn't just about clubs, events, and the SGA — it's also about making connections, building relationships, and making lifelong friendships. It starts with knowing your Student Life team. Whether you're just starting out or getting ready to graduate, make the most of your college experience by getting involved in student activities!
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Learn more about when to use the different forms and resources available on this page by reading the Student Activities Handbook.
- Travel Checklist (PDF)
- Student Activities Request (PDF)
- Travel Addendum (PDF)
- Student Travel Assumption of Risk, Release & Hold Harmless Agreement (PDF)
- Student Class Field Trip Release Form (PDF)
- Request for Day Travel – Students Under Age 18 (PDF)
- Acknowledgementt of Responsibility for Minor Student Travel Agreement (PDF)
- Overnight Student Travel Log (PDF)
- Budget Tracking (XLSX)
- Post-Event Report (PDF)