Student Life and Leadership Development serves as a complement to the academic mission of the university and enhances the overall educational experience of students through the development of social, cultural, intellectual, recreational and governance programs. Activities such as Fall Fest, leadership workshops and student organizations get students involved in the university and develop their leadership skills. To view existing clubs and organizations, see the Student Organizations page. If you don't find an organization or group that fits your interests, learn more about Getting Involved or call the Student Life and Leadership Development Office for information on starting a new student group.

For more information about student involvement, call the Student Life and Leadership Development Office, at 651-793-1550.

Metropolitan State uses OrgSync to host information sites for student groups. It's an online community where you can learn more about all the different groups on campus. You will need to create a new account associated with Metropolitan State University to get started.

Student Life & Leadership Development
Saint Paul Campus, FH 201
Voice: 651-793-1550
FAX: 651-793-1555

Student Life and Leadership Development mission:
To develop engaged leaders with a lifelong commitment to diversity, integrity and social responsibility.