Joining a group on campus is a great way to meet people and learn more about Metropolitan State. There are currently over 20 groups—and you have the option to start your own—ranging from the Student Senate to The Metropolitan campus newspaper to Theater Underground.
Metropolitan State uses OrgSync to host information sites for student groups. It’s an online community where you can learn more about all the different groups on campus. You will need to create a new account associated with Metropolitan State University to get started.
Student Life & Leadership Development (SLLD)
SLLD supports student life with a mission to develop engaged leaders with a lifelong commitment to diversity, integrity and social responsibility. In addition to coordinating New Student Orientation, SLLD is also the main resource for the following:
- University Activities Board (UAB)
Student committee board that plans, implements and evaluates student activities and events at Metropolitan State University
- GEMS Mentoring Program
Yearlong mentoring program for Metropolitan State students
- Student Senate administrative support
Official representation of Metropolitan State University’s student body
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Aside from engaging in campus activities, you are expected to respect the rights of your classmates, instructors, and all members of the university community. Continue to the next section for a briefing on your rights and responsibilities as a student of Metropolitan State.