Living, learning, and leading happen in and out of the classroom, both on and off campus. We support students by cultivating a learning community that, in the Jesuit tradition, assists in developing student’s whole selves—mind, body, and spirit.
The Vice President for Student Affairs and Associate Provost provides leadership for the development of programs and services enhancing the curricular and cocurricular student experience. The Office of Student Affairs includes the areas of Residential Life, Dining Services, Co-Curricular Programming, including Leadership Development, highlighting our signature program Strengths Quest, Judicial Affairs, Orientation, Bookstore, Career Development Center, University Counseling, Student Health Services, and Intercollegiate Athletics and Wellness.
One of the biggest keys to getting through that “to do” list is focus. Some tasks are easy and quickly accomplished. Others are a bit more unpleasant and we can easily be distracted while trying to accomplish them. These are the tasks where use of the Pomodoro technique can be particularly useful.
Now that we are beginning the Lenten season, it’s natural to feel a bit of a let down. Whether you’ve given up chocolate, TV, hamburgers or something else dear to you, here are some ideas on how to enjoy the rest of winter and welcome Spring in high spirits.