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Syracuse University’s Division of Student Affairs will sponsor a Day of Involvement to introduce students to opportunities both on and off campus.
Syracuse University’s Division of Student Affairs will sponsor a Day of Involvement to introduce students to opportunities both on and off campus.August 27, 2002Michele Jachimmmjachim@syr.edu
Syracuse University’s Division of Student Affairs will sponsor a Day of Involvement on campus Sept. 4 as a way of introducing new and returning students to the many opportunities for involvement within the University community.
The Day of Involvement will include:
? Student Involvement Fair 2002, scheduled for 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the University Quad (rain location is the Schine Student Center’s Goldstein Auditorium). Over 300 campus-wide student organizations and departments have been invited to staff tables and distribute information to students on their respective organizations and departments.
? The Department of Recreation Services will sponsor a Club Sport Information Fair from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Schine Student Center’s Goldstein Auditorium. This event will give interested students the opportunity to meet club representatives and find out specific information about the approximately 30 clubs in operation on campus.
? To further introduce off-campus student residents to their new neighborhood, the Office of Off-Campus Student Services will sponsor “The Taste of Westcott” festival, to be held at 6:30 p.m. at the Westcott Community Center, located at 826 Euclid Ave. In addition to sampling food from area restaurants, students will have the opportunity to meet their new neighbors, both permanent community members and other students, as well as mingle with the key people in the community that can serve as resources for students as they transition into the neighborhood. Students can also make contact with community organizations and learn ways to get involved in their new neighborhood.