Student Involvement

The Office of Student Involvement promotes student development by involving students in social and educational programs, campus events, orientation, and other leadership opportunities. The Office of Student Involvement oversees a wide range of student organizations designed to bring together students with similar interests and talents, inspiring campus discourse and promoting campus unity. It also oversees major campus programming, such as Newbury College Olympics, Freak Week, and leadership programming.

For Newbury students, leadership opportunities abound. Students can further develop leadership skills by becoming Orientation Leaders or Peer Mentors, participating in Class Council, leading a student organization or participating in the Leadership Academy program that runs each spring.

All students are encouraged to get involved in campus life at Newbury College. Whether it is running for Class Council, joining the Yoga Club, or working on the Campus Activities Board, Newbury offers diverse opportunities for students to get involved in life outside the classroom and continue their learning in the world around them

Office of Student Involvement

Office: Student Center, Room 112
Office hours: Monday, Tuesday, and Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Telephone: 617.730.7063

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