Getting involved equals student success. Students who are actively involved outside of the classroom gain the most from their college experience. The Division of Student Life provides meaningful experiences to help students become engaged in the campus community. All initiatives in the Division support and complement the primary learning mission of the College to ensure “graduates possess the knowledge and skills necessary to become informed and successful participants in the global community." Student Life programs are designed with specific learning outcomes, in an effort to provide seamless learning opportunities that connect learning in and out of the classroom and to create an integrated campus learning environment.
Commuter students have all the privileges of residential students and play an important part in campus life. Their full participation in college activities—social, cultural, athletic and academic—enriches the total program for all students.
With over 60 student clubs and organizations, an active residential life program, community volunteer experiences, and local and national leadership opportunities, there are endless ways for Cazenovia College students to develop strong peer, faculty and staff relationships. These relationships create engaged students who are involved in what is transpiring on campus.
The Campus Activities Board (CAB) provides the campus with social events such as comedians, films, live performances, and special events. Leadership programs allow students to participate in team building activities and develop their leadership skills.
More than 60 clubs and organizations offer students many opportunities to explore interests, enrich their academic experience and connect with other students, faculty and staff.
The majority of full-time students live on campus in resident halls, suite-style housing or College-operated apartments. We encourage you to take a closer look at the variety of living options offered at Caz.