The University offers a comprehensive array of organized and informal co-curricular activities including 75 student organizations, leadership workshops, 15 intramural activities, student publications and student internships. Student organizations and leadership workshops increase student involvement in campus governance, help students develop a greater understanding of the link between leadership and co-curricular activities on campus, help students become more purposeful in their academic pursuits, and apply institutional values of honesty, civility and respect for freedom of thought and expression.
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