There are many opportunities for all students to get involved on the UProvidence campus. The different areas of Student Engagement provide great resources for residential and non-residential students on our campus. Whether it is helping in a time of need, providing social engagement or finding ways to complement academic pursuits, the offices and departments within the division are here to help all students make the most of their college experience. Student Engagement coordinates the following campus programs and services: Residential Life, Career Development, Student Discipline & Behavior Intervention, Student Health Services, Food Service, Campus Activities, Student Organizations, Intramural Sports, Freshman Year Experience (COD), New Student Orientation & Transition Programs, Leadership Development, Commuter Student Services, Facilities Scheduling, and Summer Housing & Conferences, and Athletics. The Student Engagement staff strive to foster experiential and personal development opportunities that engage and empower students in becoming life-long learners and responsible citizens. The mission of Student Engagement is to facilitate student engagement in learning and personal development by providing exceptional services, distinctive co-curricular programs, engaging and innovative leadership opportunities, and fostering a safe and diverse living/learning community. The programs and services we offer create opportunities and experiences that support students to achieve their academic, career and life goals. For more information about the Division of Student Engagement contact Dr. Joel Bluml, Vice President for Student Engagement and Athletics at firstname.lastname@example.org.