The Office of Student Affairs will help you find your place here.
Student Affairs is home to the college’s academic success and tutoring programs, academic advising, health and counseling services, and programs to help cadets earn their U.S. Coast Guard licenses.
More than 90% of students live on campus. Many choose to participate in one of our more than 30 student clubs.
College is more than lectures and studying. It is a chance to meet new people, experience new things and develop who you are as a person and leader.
Getting involved can help you do all of that. It can also help you create lifelong friends and lasting memories. After all, college is also about having fun.