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The office of Academic Life and Student Transitions is committed to helping students reach their full academic potential.  Understanding the importance of integrating academic and student life, the staff members work with students to assist their development both inside and outside the classroom.
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Academic Life & Student Transitions
Williams Hall, Suite 390
610.758.4159
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The Office of Academic Transitions works to ensure students' use of and benefit from campus support and opportunities that will facilitate their overall success at the university in both the academic and student life realms.
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Academic Transitions
Williams Hall, Suite 301
610.758.5181
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The Gender Violence Support Advocates (Advocates) Program is a network of dedicated and compassionate staff members who are trained to assist survivors of gender violence. In their role, Advocates provide initial support and referrals to survivors.
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Gender Violence Education & Support
University Center, Room C109
610.758.1303
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bLUeprint is a way for students to explore the 5 Foundations for Student Success set forth by the Division of Student Affairs. Students are encouraged to discover, explore, connect and apply a variety of out of the classroom experiences and opportunities and reflect on how and what they are learning and the impact that learning has on their personal development.
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Student Affairs
Williams Hall, Suite 380
610.758.4165
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The grants have been established to encourage faculty and staff to develop programs that will enrich and expand student learning opportunities consistent with the goal of the University’s Strategic Plan to promote student success.
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Student Affairs
Williams Hall, Suite 380
610.758.3890
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The Office of Student Activities offers a variety of engaging programs to enhance student life outside the classroom.
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Student Activities
University Center, Room C105
610.758.6670
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The Center for Academic Success, a component of Academic Life and Student Transitions, is committed to helping all students reach their full academic potential.
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Center for Academic Success
Williams Hall, Suite 301
610.758.5181
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Lehigh has over 150 student clubs and organizations of various interests, sizes and purposes to provide a wealth of opportunities for students to develop and further enhance their leadership skills and interests.
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Student Activities
University Center, Room C105
610.758.6670
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The office provides a coordinated effort for student, faculty and staff to engage in service to the greater Lehigh Valley area. Currently the office has contact with over 100 local agencies that are always looking for volunteers.
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Community Service Office
University Center, Room B001a
610.758.6674
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UCPS provides Individual counseling, group therapy, faculty/staff and parent consultation, and numerous outreach activities.
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Counseling & Psychological Services (UCPS)
Johnson Hall, 4th Floor
610.758.3880
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Students in crisis can receive support both during and outside regular office hours.
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Counseling and Psychological Services
Johnson Hall, 4th Floor
610.758.3880
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The departments within the Dean of Students Office extends the learning environment beyond the classroom through a variety of programs and activities that make the Lehigh student experience a distinctively rewarding one.
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Dean of Students
Williams Hall, Suite 380
610.758.4156
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DIBs is the Student Center Facilities (SCF) digital sign system that displays digital images, campus events, cable television, along with Lehigh news feeds on monitors located in the University Center and Lamberton.
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Student Center Facilities
University Center, C102A
610.758.4163
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Providing information on Disability Accommodations for individuals attending events on campus.
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Student Center Facilities
University Center, C102A
610.758.4163
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At Disability Support Services, we work closely with students who self-identify in order to ensure equal access to University programs activities and services.
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Disability Support Services
Williams Hall, Suite 301
610.758.4152
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The Office of First Year Experience (OFYE) also plans events throughout the academic year to support your living and learning experiences.
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Office of First-Year Experience
University Center, Room C112
610.758.1300
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Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs (OFSA) supports student development in the fraternity and sorority community by focusing on scholarship, leadership, service, community, advocacy, safety and wellness.
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Fraternity & Sorority Affairs
University Center, Room B004
610.758.4157
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The Office of Gender Violence Education and Support works to change campus climate and culture around sexual assault, rape, intimate partner abuse, and stalking from a healthy relationship approach through both education and support.
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Gender Violence Education and Support
University Center, Room C109
610.758.1303
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Poster frames are available for Lehigh University department and student organizations to advertise services, information, or events.
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Student Center Facilities
University Center
610.758.4163
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The Hazing Prevention website centralizes all resources related to hazing education, awareness, and reporting at Lehigh. Information for various stakeholders, reporting resources and important contact information can be found here.
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Hazing Prevention
University Center, Room B004
610.758.2460
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Our dedicated, professional staff offers a host of services, including acute care, routine examinations, immunizations, lab services, gynecological examinations and contraceptive counseling. http://studentaffairs.lehigh.edu/content/health-center-services
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Health and Wellness Center
Johnson Hall, 3rd Floor
610.758.3870
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The Health Advancement & Prevention Strategies Office serves as a centralized unit for strategic and coordinated prevention activities that address priority student health issues while supporting student learning and personal development.
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Health Advancement & Prevention Strategies
University Center, 4th Floor
610.758.0275
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This PreLUsion Program allows students to explore individual identities and the identities of others, engage in intentional dialogue surrounding systems of oppression, and explore local and national student campus activism http://studentaffairs.lehigh.edu/content/i-am-lehigh-prelusion-program
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Multicultural Affairs (OMA)
University Center, Room 203
610.758.5973
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Lamberton Programming is dedicated to planning and hosting quality events and activities for students at Lehigh. Our activities include concerts, dance parties, open mic nights, psychic fairs, bingo, and much more. http://studentaffairs.lehigh.edu/content/lamberton-programming
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Student Activities
Lamberton Hall
610.758.6670
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LeaderShape is a nationally recognized six-day experience that challenges participants to explore identity development and inclusive leadership. Students work towards developing a blueprint plan that includes discussions on how to lead with integrity™ and have a healthy disregard for the impossible.
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Student Leadership Development
University Center, B013A
610.758.6674
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Using a variety of delivery methods, the Office of Student Leadership Development (OSLD) offers multiple workshops and training seminars on many different leadership topics. In these workshops and seminars, we utilize various techniques to convey our message, such as experiential activities, discussion sessions, lectures, workshops, leadership inventories, team building activities, videos and other media resources.  We develop these opportunities based on your needs, so if your department or organization is looking for someone to support in taking your vision to the next level, contact the OSLD. Our leadership Consultants can help.
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Student Leadership Development
University Center, Room B013
610.758.6674
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Lehigh After Dark, is a program offered at Lehigh University to expand social options for students on weekend nights. Lehigh students who are both drinkers and non-drinkers have voiced a strong interest in attending university sponsored events and activities that allow for alternative social options. These events are offered on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights between 10:00pm and 2:00am.
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Health Advancement & Prevention Strategies
University Center, 4th Floor
610.758.0275
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LINC (Lehigh Involvement Connection) is a virtual campus center and is the primary location for the Lehigh community to find out what's happening on campus via a campus involvement calendar and to learn about student involvement opportunities.
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Student Activities
University Center, Room C105
610.758.6670
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Found items may be turned in to the Information Desk on the first floor of the University Center and lost items may be reported by using our online form or in person.
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Student Center Facilities
University Center Information Desk, 1st Floor
610.758.4160
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Students can make a different craft each week. All supplies are provided free of charge to Lehigh students.
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Student Activities
University Center, Room C105
University Center, Room C105
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The Military Science and Leadership (Army ROTC) program is designed to develop confident, competent, and adaptive leaders with the basic military skills and leadership foundation necessary to lead in any environment. Graduates of our program receive leadership skills that are sought after by both military and corporate leaders.
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Military Science and Leadership
Jordan Hall
610.758.3275
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The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) promotes Lehigh's commitment to diversity and inclusion through providing resources and advocacy for students from historically marginalized populations.
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Multicultural Affairs
University Center, Room 203
610.758.5973
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Students can submit up to 10 pages of writing to the OWL, and within 72 hours (not counting weekends) a writing tutor will email you with feedback.
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Writing & Math Center
110 Drown Hall
610.758.3098
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A Peer Health Adviser is a student specially trained to help advance the health and safety of his/her peers at Lehigh University. Peer Heath Advisers provide peer-to-peer support, advice, resources and programming to promote healthy behaviors.
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Health Advancement and Prevention Strategies
University Center, Room 403
610.758.0275
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The Lehigh Valley and surrounding area offers many outdoor recreational opportunities.
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Student Activities
University Center, Room C105
610.758.6670
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Residence life works to provide a welcoming, supportive, and inclusive dynamic living and transformational learning environment.
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Office of Residence Life
Williams Hall, Suite 320
610.758.6598
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Our outdoor elements made up of trees, wires, poles and other equipment are designed to create unique and challenging problem solving scenarios. Teams work together to negotiate the elements and successfully meet the challenges presented. Concepts such as team dynamics, effective communication, decision making, and leadership are woven into discussions following the completion of each element.
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Student Leadership Development
University Center, Room B013A
610.758.6674
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Student Activities offers a FREE shuttle bus service to the Carmike Cinemas Promenade 16, Revolutions Saucon Valley, Lehigh Valley Mall, and Wal-Mart.
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Student Activities
University Center, Room C105
610.758.6670
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We provide an array of entertainment options for students and work with student organizations to plan their own events.
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Student Activities Office
University Center, Room C105
610.758.6670
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Our division works with students during every phase of their Lehigh experience, from their shared first-year orientation sessions, to the leadership training that will prepare them for a lifetime of success.
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Student Affairs Office
Williams Hall, Suite 380
610.758.3890
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We strive throughout our two facilities (University Center and Lamberton Hall) to offer programs, activities, and services that will cultivate and enhance the living and learning experiences in our comfortable and inviting environments.
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Student Center Facilities
University Center, Room C102
610.758.4160
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The Office of Student Conduct & Community Expectations provides a fair, equitable, and educational system of resolving behavioral incidents involving Lehigh University students. We are also responsible for maintaining student conduct records and statistics.
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Student Conduct & Community Expectations
Williams Hall, Suite 320
610.758.4632
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The Office of Student Support & Case Management Services promotes holistic student well-being, learning, and success.
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Student Support and Case Management Services
Williams Hall, Suite 390
610.758.4156
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The Center offers one-on-one appointments for individualized study skills support and conducts workshops for student groups and organizations, and offers assistance with time management, study skills and strategies, goal setting, learning styles and more.
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Center for Academic Success
Williams Hall Room 441
610.758.4154
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The Center for Gender Equity provides opportunities for students to get informed, explore, engage, and act on issues related to women and gender.
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The Center for Gender Equity
University Center, Room C207
610.758.6484
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The M-Room is a student-centered space on campus where all are welcome!
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Office of Multicultural Affairs
University Center, Room 204
610.758.5973
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The Pride Center for Sexual Orientation & Gender Diversity exists to build a just, equitable world through community building and the pursuit of change. We work to create a world where people of all genders and sexualities are able to thrive as their full, authentic selves.
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The Pride Center for Sexual Orientation & Gender Diversity
University Center, Room C212
610.758.4126
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The Student Organization Resource Center, better known as The SOuRCe, is Lehigh's one-quick stop for all campus-affiliated clubs and organizations in providing materials and resources for club event planning and marketing.
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Student Activities
UC 2nd Floor Room A208 (next to Baker’s Junction)
610.758.6670
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The Center offers free peer tutoring in many introductory and 100-¬level courses in math, chemistry, physics, engineering, economics and business.
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Center for Academic Success
Williams Hall, Room 441
610.758.4154
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The Writing and Math Center provides face to face services as well as on line resources to develop writing abilities, research techniques and math proficiency. It is free of charge to everyone in the Lehigh community.
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Writing & Math Center
Drown Hall, Room 110
610.758.3098
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One of the most popular services the Center provides to the Lehigh community is its free, one-on-one conferences with trained writing consultants.
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Writing & Math Center
Drown Hall, Room 110
610.758.3098