The Counseling Center provides high-quality counseling, educational programs, and psychological assessments to help students learn how to identify and meet their intellectual, interpersonal, and developmental goals and to provide a healthy, equitable, and positive campus community.
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The Office of the Dean of Students is responsible for the well being of students by providing exemplary programs and services designed to enhance the overall student experience. The dean of students endeavors to enhance students’ academic and personal success by working closely with students, faculty and staff to create learning opportunities that integrate academic experiences with life outside the classroom. Our team coordinates a wide range of functions across offices within the Division of Campus Life to achieve our goals.
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Title IX prohibits barriers to education based on sex discrimination and protects students, employees, and visitors in connection with all of the academic, educational, extracurricular, athletic, and other programs of the school.
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Fraternity and Sorority Life supports a values-based living learning community committed to academic integration, leadership development, civic engagement, intercultural development, and values congruence. The staff works to challenge and support a values-based experience in consortio of the Lafayette College advisers, alumni, and international headquarters.
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The Gateway Career Center is a personalized, four-year career-development program that helps students prepare for life after graduation. The ultimate goal of Gateway is to prepare students for the future and give them an edge over the competition by providing valuable, real-world experience that will help transition from college to career or graduate school.
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The Office of Gender and Sexuality Programs seeks to increase the understanding and appreciation of how gender and sexuality influence and frame our daily lives and social interactions. The staff works to create safe and welcoming spaces, advocate for social justice and equality, and enhance critical inquiry into diversity and inclusion.
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The Bailey Health Center supports student learning in its mission to promote the health and well-being of our students. We believe that the college health system is an essential part of the education process.
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The Office of Intercultural Development advances Lafayette’s commitment to diversity and inclusion through educational outreach, cultural programming, support and advocacy of historically marginalized groups, and community building. It is our goal that students and employees will have numerous opportunities at Lafayette to develop their multicultural competence and to commit to lifelong learning about our world and its diverse citizens.
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At Lafayette, a leader is someone whose influence produces effects on the behavior, actions, or opinion of others toward a common purpose or direction. The aim of the Lafayette Leadership Education (LLE) program is to provide a coordinated vision for student leadership development on campus.
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One of the hallmarks of religious and spiritual life at Lafayette is our interfaith cooperation. The Interfaith Council coordinates joint programming and co-sponsored events between the various religious organizations on campus.
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Living on campus is expressly related to the academic mission of the College. Membership in a residential, academic community provides unique opportunities for enhanced learning and personal growth. Campus housing is guaranteed to students each academic year they are enrolled.
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Student Advocacy and Prevention provides confidential advocacy and supportive services to students impacted by sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, or stalking. This includes information about reporting options, individualized safety planning, accompaniment, emotional support, psycho-education regarding the impact of trauma, referrals to on and off campus resources. Student Advocacy and Prevention also provides educational offerings related to violence prevention, promoting a campus culture of empathy and care for students of all backgrounds and experiences.
The Office of Student Involvement helps students create meaningful connections and a sense of belonging through intentional programming, which includes fun and engaging experiences that educate, entertain, support, and challenge students.
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The Lafayette Student Conduct Program advances the mission of the College by promoting a living-learning environment that is conducive to educational achievement and to the integration of intellectual, social, and personal growth. The Office of the Dean of Students is responsible for developing, administering, and assessing the program.
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