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Welcome to Student Activities!
About Your Office of Student Activities
The Office of Student Activities is committed to student involvement and the co-curricular life of the college. We are actually a blending of many areas of campus life including; community / volunteer services; fraternity and sorority life; leadership programs; scheduling; organization and individual funding; programming, and club and organization services. Our goals are simply to provide quality programs and services to the college community.
We are glad you found us. Our office is dedicated to enhancing the quality of your college experience through student involvement, growth, and learning. Student Activities is committed to providing quality programs and services to the entire College family including students, faculty, staff, alumni, and guests. Ultimately we attempt to promote respect, cultural diversity, and citizenship in our students by heightening their intellectual, cultural, physical, and social development.
Please check out the links on your left to learn more about what we have to offer. Let us know how we can be of assistance! Our office is located on the ground floor of the Fred T. Long Student Union. You can reach us by using the official College address listed below.
What’s the U?
The ‘U’ is not an average place, it’s Unique. The ‘U’ houses the Office of Student Activities, The Student Organization Suite (S.O.S.), and the Student Government Association, and the Student Union Advisory Board.
At the ‘U’, you can play ping-pong, pool, or air hockey in the Recreation room. You can even interact with the Nintendo Wii, X box 360, and more video games in the game room. The ‘U’ is the place to view what’s happening on-campus, off campus, and what the clubs/organizations are hosting on the Information Board. Students also have an opportunity to have an evening snack or meal at the Wildcat Den. They can even complete homework or surf the web in the Cyber Cafe’. So the ‘U’ is all about you!! We’ll see C U @ the U!
When you get involved you will discover that a great education is not the only thing Wiley College has to offer. There are a number ways to get involved with Student Activities through clubs, organizations, Student Government Association, or through the Student Union Advisory Board. Participating in student groups and getting involved is an excellent way to engage with the Wiley Community.
Becoming involved with various on-campus groups can allow you to grow in ways you never thought possible, particularly in the area of student leadership.
Why Get Involved?
The 138th anniversary will establish a new Homecoming experience for Wiley College students, graduates and friends, showcasing the best of the academic and cultural resources while creating an alumni reunion feel to this annual event.
The week of October 31st – November 6th is scheduled to be full of fun activities. Homecoming at Wiley College is anything but average .During this week you can see the parade, watch the homecoming volleyball and basketball games, be apart of Student Union Game night, laugh until you cry during the comedy show, and dance the night away the annual homecoming dance.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Student Government Association
The student body of the College is organized and represented by the Student Government Association (SGA). Its officers are elected by students, who in turn represent the student body.
The purpose of the SGA is to cooperate with administration and faculty on behalf of student life, serve as the agent of student body thought and opinion, assist with student activities, and promote College loyalty and devotion. The chief student body representative is the President of the Student Government Association.
The SGA is comprised of the Executive Council and the Class Officers.
The Student Government Association is located in the Student Center of the Fred T. Long Student Union Building. For more information contact the Office of Student Activities at 903-927-3261.
Student Union Advisory Board
The Student Union Advisory Board is established to provide students, faculty, and staff with activities, programs and services to be offered through the Fred T. Long Student Union or the ‘U’. The SUAB represents the College community to ensure that the facilities, services, and amenities offered by the Student Union meet the needs and interests of their constituents.
The Student Union Advisory Board (SUAB) welcomes any interested student to become a member and/or representative.
Average class size: 20 students (Fall 2011)