Student Life is here for you; our most basic task is helping students get the most out of their experiences on the campus.Colleges create spaces (both physical and mental health) in which students must make these decisions, often in the face of new and ambiguous situations. College life is quite different from school life. In school life you had to study a lot to get good grades, but in college you have to learn to study smart. There are several aspects of student life at college campus. It is more demanding regarding shaping your career andcreating avery bright future. You’ll have a lot more flexibility with your college classes, but a lot more responsibility as well. In fact, your entire career may not be determined by just a few projects and a final examination result. In college there’s also a lot more opportunity to mingle and get involved in co-curricular, extracurricular, cultural, sports and social activities to shaping your personality dynamic. At college life there’s a lot more temptation to neglect your studies., but at the same time, excellent campus life programs give students lots of autonomy, space and opportunity to explore different aspects of their identities, to learn from successes, mistakes and failures, and to reflect on how their decisions, successes and mistakes affect others.When this happens, the learning is magnified in ways that not only improve the student experience but also the lives they will lead. Excellent campus life programs provide strong mentorship, helping students to connect the lessons learned in the classroom with their day-to-day lives and the myriad of tiny decisions that comprise them. Co-curricular Learning is equally necessary for all-round development of your personality. Students need to develop a broad array of soft and hard skills. No single curriculum can do it all. There is too much to learn and too few classes and courses to teach it all. Campus life is crucial to close the gaps between what we teach in the curriculum and what students need to succeed. College is a place where students will develop life skills, life habits ranging from simple daily choices around nutrition, exercise and sleep, to larger habits around the kinds of relationships they will create and the ways they will deal with challenge and failure. This creates moments to engage in conversations and to help students develop good life skills. Some of this is small and informal. For example, a group of students has been working on nutrition and exercise issues as a way to help their peers develop habits that will decrease the odds of developing health issues later in life. And some of this is more formal. For example, mental health is an issue that this generation is determined to surface and de-stigmatize. We have an amazing group of faculty members who work to help those who struggle with mental health issues. All of this is supported through the mentorship of a wide range of student development and support. With Student Life you can find your own niche on the campus; connect with students within or beyond your residence hall, organization, or academic program; get involved in student organizations, leadership opportunities, campus placement and internships; and choose the housing and dining and living options that work best for you.