About Us

Welcome to the Division of CAMPUS Life

Education and continuous learning lift morale, provide hope, foster creativity, empower leaders, and contribute to the personal development essential for our own success as well as the success of our students. Our belief in the value of education and learning provides a foundation for the  division’s work. The goals for student learning, outlined below, provide a unifying language and sense of direction for the work of the division; moreover, these goals provide a focus for our divisional assessment efforts. Learning outcomes will vary from department-to-department as they are operationally defined over time, but the pursuit of these goals will enable us to discern our strengths and those areas in need of improvement. This information ultimately will enable divisional staff to focus more productively on students’ learning outside of the classroom. To this end, our challenge is to become increasingly intentional in the delivery of services and programs that foster learning in areas that are crucial for success in an ever-changing world.

In summary, the Division of Campus Life wants to provide students with an environment in which they can learn and be challenged in ways that propel their growth as students, scholars, and citizens of the world. We hope to create opportunities where students can easily experience and appreciate the uniqueness of Lafayette College’s campus life. This includes being part of a community whose deeply held values include respect for each other no matter who we are, what we believe, or where we’re from; a healthy curiosity about the world around them; and the belief that every person has an important perspective to bring to a conversation, activity, or event. Campus Life means that learning happens inside the classroom or during a lab project as much as it takes place in late-night conversations in your dorm, a campus-wide event such as All-College Day, or by volunteering in the community. Campus Life means every student can tap into his or her potential by easily finding the educational, psychological, religious, emotional, or spiritual resources they need to grow.

The information provided below has been prepared by the Student Learning and Assessment Committee of the Division of Campus Life and illustrates more fully the learning goals of the division.

Mission

We are educators who advance the mission of the College by facilitating student engagement and success.

We fulfill our mission by embodying professional excellence, promoting student-centered learning, and cultivating community.

  • We uphold the highest standards of operational excellence through our commitment to ongoing professional development, continuous improvement, collaborative practice, and responsible stewardship of resources.
  • We create an environment where students accept responsibility for learning and are valued partners in the advancement and implementation of programs and services.
  • We strive to foster a safe, equitable, and interconnected community where people care about each other and the world around them. (July 2013)

Goals for Student Learning

A. Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Competence
B. Reasoned and Ethical Decision-Making
C. Personal Well-Being
D. Campus Involvement
E. Creativity and Appreciation of Artistic and Intellectual Expression
F. Multicultural Competence

Student Leadership and Involvement

Student Leadership and Involvement promotes a diverse and active lifestyle for Lafayette students. Check out the variety of programs and events available for the entire campus community.
Visit the SLI site

RSS Voices Blog

  • January MEDLIFE trip to Peru February 4, 2016
      I have been involved with the Lafayette Chapter of MEDLIFE for about two years now, and am currently the president of the chapter at Lafayette.  I originally got involved with MEDLIFE because I saw that MEDLIFE was getting long-lasting results where others were failing.  Especially with all of the recent articles I’ve seen condemning […]
    Scott Paulis
  • Getting Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable September 4, 2015
    By Matt Ackerman ’18 Writer. Editor. Videographer. Advertiser. Marketing specialist. Researcher. Movie producer. I never would have thought that a summer internship in the Conference and Events Department at NJ’s International Sculpture Center would give me so many titles to have tasted. And the icing on the cake – I knew not a thing about […]
    Matthew Ackerman
  • A Jump to Another World: Six Weeks in Germany September 2, 2015
    By Jennifer Salvatore ’18 Coming home from freshman year of college on a Sunday in May, I was ready to see my old high school friends, ready to go to my favorite pizza shop and ready to sleep in my own bed. I was ready to relax and go back to everything I was familiar with. But just […]
    Jennifer Salvatore

Contact Information

Division of Campus Life
101 Hogg Hall
Easton, PA 18042
(610) 330- 5082