The Office of Student Programs oversees a number of lively student organizations that offer students a unique opportunity to develop their leadership capabilities, engage with the CAS community, and leave a lasting impact in the College of Arts & Sciences.
Peer Mentors are a selected group of sophomores, juniors, and seniors who co-teach sections of FY101, our First Year Seminar course, every Fall. Peer Mentor applications are available in the Spring term each academic year.
CAS Student Government
The Student Government of the College of Arts & Sciences acts as a liaison between students, faculty, and administration. They serve as advocates for CAS students and organize events for the CAS community.
The Office of Student Programs & Leadership partners with student organizations to host Professor Perspectives, a monthly seminar-style event featuring a faculty speaker. If your student organization would like to co-sponsor a Professor Perspectives, contact us.