Our Mission

Through intentional collaboration, college and community service, and student advocacy, Campus Life offers programs and services that foster engagement and leadership while supporting student success and college-wide retention efforts.

Campus Life adopts the Shared Ethical PrinciplesPDF document of The Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) in planning, programming, and decision-making.

Co-Curricular Learning & Development Outcomes

  1. Knowledge Acquisition, Construction, Integration, and Application
    The student will use multiple sources of information to make meaning, solve problems, and create new insights.
  2. Cognitive Complexity
    The student will identify, analyze, and interpret questions, and integrate mental, emotional, and creative processes to form a decision or opinion.
  3. Intrapersonal Development
    The student will explore the intersectionality of identity and assess, articulate, and acknowledge personal skills, abilities, and growth potential.
  4. Interpersonal Development
    The student will establish healthy, assistive, and mutually beneficial relationships while also seeking help from others when needed.
  5. Humanitarianism and Civic Engagement
    The student will understand the interconnectedness of all people and consider social systems and the welfare of others in decision-making.
  6. Practical Competence
    The student will demonstrate balance among education, work, and leisure time while participating in healthy, constructive, or self-reliant behaviors.

Find Us On Campus

Office of Student Engagement
Location Life Fitness Center, room 108
Hours Monday–Friday, 8:30am–4:30pm
Phone 774.330.4320
E-mail studentengagement@capecod.edu