Student Activities

Student Activities

Our mission is to assist in fostering a vibrant campus life that develops a healthy, caring community. Within this community, students will embrace and understand the mission and values of the university. Student Activities strives to: create meaningful learning opportunities that teach and challenge students to be life-long learners; value excellence within themselves and others; seek out their personal best; live life with a sense of integrity; respect and celebrate the uniqueness and commonalities of all individuals; and foster community and stewardship. Here's a list of some frequently asked questions about activities on campus:

Where is the Student Activities Office located?

Student Activities is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is part of the department of Student Involvement. The office is located in the Student Activities Building, room #114 and the phone number is (352) 588-8856.

What is Student Activities?

Student Activities is the office that oversees clubs organizations, and programming on campus.

What clubs and organizations are there at Saint Leo University?

There currently are 44 clubs and organizations on campus for students ranging from the chess club to the school newspaper, the Lions Pride. A complete list of clubs and organizations can be found at the Student Activities office.

What is the CAB?

CAB or Campus Activities Board is a student-run organization that is responsible for programming on campus. Any student can be involved and can help plan activities such as trips to amusement parks, movie nights, Homecoming, Spring Fling, bingo and much more.

Why should I get involved on campus?

Being involved on campus helps you make connections with friends and the University. Students who are involved do better in school and have a higher rate of graduation and continued success after graduation. It also is a great way to become a leader on campus while having a lot of fun.

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