Student Involvement

Cycle of Involvement

Traditional undergraduate students are expected to move through their experience in student activities growing involvement and leadership skills, while remembering the first priority for students should be academics. First year students are charged with exploring student organizations and finding which ones best suit their interests and skill sets, while students in their second and third year should be focusing on building leadership skills within student organizations, and students in their final year should be transitioning leadership roles to other students.

For graduate students, the aim is to provide a supportive community where students can pursue interests and work with other students, graduate and undergraduate, on projects that are meaningful to them.

 

See photos of campus events on our Instagram feed and get involved! 

 

Tuesday, November 8th, 2016

About Student Activities

There are endless opportunities to get involved in clubs, organizations, and campus programming.

Academic Break Hours of Operation

Rensselaer Union Student Activities staff members are available 9-5, Monday - Friday, when the Institute is open.

Contact Info

General Questions - activities@rpi.edu

Cameron McLean, Director mcleac2@rpi.edu

Amy Corron, Assistant Director corroa@rpi.edu

Alex Pizzola, Assistant pizzoa@rpi.edu

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