Welcome to the Office of Student Involvement

The Office of Student Involvement is currently remotely operational. The office in Dougherty Hall will be closed during this period. If you need immediate assistance, please call 610.519.4210 or email studentinvolvement@villanova.edu.

The Office of Student Involvement enriches the student collegiate experience and serves the campus community through the active involvement of students, faculty, and staff in quality programs and organizations. Life at VU is filled with many opportunities for you to become an integral part of the Villanova community, as well as enriching your time at the university. There are so many options to choose from that will add to your experience on campus.

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The Office of Student Involvement invites our graduate students to get involved in the graduate organizations available on campus.

The Office of Student Involvement provides a wide variety of leadership development opportunities for students including The Villanova Leadership Program, the annual Spotlight on Leadership lecture, as well as the Villanova Challenge course featuring a low ropes team building course on campus!

 

Saint Thomas of Villanova, the patron saint of the University, dedicated his life to working with the impoverished and most vulnerable people in his city. Following St. Thomas’ example, the work of service and justice are central to the mission of Villanova. This mission can be the lived experience of Villanovans through weekly service opportunities, days of service, or student service organizations.

The Student Media Organizations at Villanova provide students with hands on audio, video, lighting, or journalism experiences. Learn more about the below student media organzations and how you can pursue your passion with other!

The Special Olympics Pennsylvania Fall Festival is hosted and organized by Villanova University students and is the largest annual student-run Special Olympics event in the world. 

Student organizations provide a sense of community, a shared space to get to know one another exploring your passions with fellow students, faculty, or staff. Villanova provides many opportunities for students to get involved in co-curricular activities, all of which enrich campus life and allows students to share their passions with others. 

The Student Government Association represents  the interests of the undergraduate student body. SGA is comprised of the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Branches.