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Student Life Frequently Asked Questions

1. Where is the Office of Student Life?

Student Life is located in Room C-141. It is next door to the Health Center and across the hall from the Counseling Center. The office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Student Life is not open on the weekend.

2. How do I join a club?

There are several ways to find out club information and joining the club. You may contact the staff/faculty advisor listed on the webpage of currently recognized clubs and organizations. Or, you may choose to stop by the Office of Student Life and leave your contact information in the mailbox of any clubs in which you might be interest. Club leaders check their mailboxes weekly so you could be involved immediately. Some clubs may charge dues and some do not. Most clubs meet at least twice a month and many do community service or volunteer for Student Life events.

We encourage you to get involved and participate as much as your time will allow. You will meet new people, learn new skills and have fun at the same time.

3. How do I find out about Student Life events?

Programs are promoted in several ways:

  • The Student Life webpage has a link to “Upcoming Events”
  • Pick up a listing of activities in the Office of Student Life
  • Watch for our ads in the Et Cetera newspaper
  • Check out the ads on the digital screens throughout the campus
  • Read the electronic message board in the Pit
  • There will be banners hanging in the Pit
  • Check out our Facebook page “EFC Student Life” and watch for events and promotions

4. Who do I see if I have a suggestion or complaint about an issue on campus?

Your SGA–Student Government Association handles student suggestions and complaints. Expressing your opinion will many times lead to improvements in various services on campus. A suggestion box is located in the Pit, or you can stop by the Office of Student Life and leave a written suggestion. Students are encouraged to attend open meetings of the SGA. (SGA does not get involved in formal grievances or complaints involving academic or student code of conduct issues or violations.)