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Advising Category: Campus Life

Fraternity and Sorority Life

Fraternity & Sorority Life supports educational programs, social activities, service projects, and leadership development opportunities. Northwestern currently has 47 values-based chapters across four governing councils that range in mission from social to service to cultural; however each chapter was founded on the principles of scholarship, service, leadership and community. Their website is: northwestern.edu/fsl/

Leadership Development and Community Engagement

In partnership with the Division of Student Affairs, the office of Leadership Development & Community Engagement serves as a connector, convener, and collaborator to support students’ development and engagement on and off campus. They pursue justice & equity through students’ leadership development and engagement in the community with non-profit and K-12 partners. Their website is: northwestern.edu/lead-engage

The Religious and Spritual Life Office

The Religious & Spiritual Life Office is a place to reflect and connect; it seeks to support the quest for meaning and purpose through exploration, practice, and growth in Northwestern’s religiously diverse and inclusive communities. Their website is: northwestern.edu/religious-life

Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA)

Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) enriches the cultural experience of Northwestern through leadership and education programming, providing opportunities for community engagement and identity expression, and assisting students in navigating the University. Their website is: northwestern.edu/msa

Student Enrichment Services (SES)

Student Enrichment Services is committed to building an inclusive Northwestern community by engaging students and their allies with programming and dialogue around the low-income and first-generation experience. Their website is: northwestern.edu/enrichment

Student Organizations and Acitivities (SOA)

Student Organizations & Activities seeks to engage students in involvement opportunities that build a sense of belonging and community at Northwestern University. Students have the opportunity to participate in over 500 student organizations on campus or create one of their own. The office provides support, advising, and training for students and their organizations. Their website

Office of Campus Life

The Office of Campus Life facilitates transformative experiences with students to explore their potential, engage in community, and contribute toward a more just and equitable world. Their website is: northwestern.edu/studentaffairs/ community/students/campus-life.html

Office of Equity

The Office of Equity works to create a culture of access, belonging and accountability for all Northwestern community members. That includes supporting those impacted by discrimination, harassment, or sexual misconduct and providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. Their website is: northwestern.edu/equity

Campus Inclusion and Community

The mission of Campus Inclusion and Community is to work collaboratively with the university community to cultivate inclusive learning environments through the intentional engagement with difference. Their website is: northwestern.edu/inclusion