Connect with St. Philip's College!
Student Life provides engaging activities that enhance the college experience at St. Philip’s College. Student Life activities build a sense of community and pride within the college, and create connections between the college and its students.
A few ways Student Life connects students are through:
- Student organizations,
- Campus events/activities,
- Student Success Newsletter (See Calendar of Events Inside)
- Recreation, and
- Social development.
E. L. Turbon Student Center
The Turbon Student Center is being renovated! The project is expected to be completed in 2017. In the meantime, Student Life has been relocated to the Norris Technical Building (NTB) 307. Students will enjoy many of the same services offered in the Turbon: space for lounging, pool tables, ping pong, video gaming area and much more.
The new location has meeting rooms, spaces for gaming, flat screens to watch your favorite shows, lounge areas, and houses the Student Government Association's office, Collegiate 100, and Extramural Coaches' offices.
Students are encouraged to get involved in student organizations. There are numerous student clubs on campus. There are social clubs, special interest clubs, and clubs organized by educational departments. Information on student clubs and organizations can be found in NTB 304.
Student Lounge - We have several student lounge areas throughout NTB 307. Available for student use are: a microwave, telephone, board games, and television.
CultureFest & Rib Cook-off
The CultureFest & Rib Cook-Off has become a tradition on our campus. Every year, on the Thursday before the Battle of Flowers Parade, we welcome one and all to celebrate with us. Admission is free and open to the public. Culture Fest 2017 will be held on April 27. Read More >
Leadership & Activities
Be part of St. Philip's College, join our various clubs and organizations on campus to gain valuable leadership skills and experience. Read More >
Student Engagement Grants (SEG)
Grants are appropriated for the academic year. A grant recipient who demonstrates commitment to the project initiative and maintains academic eligibility may receive funding for each session.
The Department of Student Life has SEG opportunities in the following areas: Student Leadership, Spirit and Pride Crew, Extramural Sports, SPC QEP and the Collegiate 100. For more information on these projects stop by NTB 327.
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