There are many ways that undergraduate and graduate students can get involved on campus. Student development theory and practice states that if students are able to get involved in co-curricular activities on-campus, they are more likely to thrive academically and feel increased sense of belonging. Student Life and Leadership Development (SLLD) believes that levels of involvement for students can be different based on their availability, interests, and skills they wish to develop. Whether the involvement is 15 minutes a week or 5 hours, SLLD believes that there is a way for every student to get involved at Metropolitan State University.
OrgSync is an online platform where students can browse the list of current student organizations, events, and access pertinent files such as bylaws and budget policies. SLLD uses this to communicate updates and involvement opportunities with student leaders, so be sure to sign up for your account using your Metropolitan State University Star ID today!
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