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We’re here to help our
students succeed.

Students hanging out in the commons area.


Make the most of your college experience.

The Office of Student Life & Diversity is here to provide you with opportunities outside of the classroom that expand on what you learn inside the classroom. We offer a variety of programs, events, and resources throughout the year. The goal is to help you get actively involved in the Saint Paul College community, while meeting some interesting new people along the way.

Student Life & Diversity Hours
Monday8:30am – 6:00pm
Tuesday8:30am – 5:00pm
Wednesday8:30am – 5:00pm
Thursday8:30am – 6:00pm
Friday9:00am – 12:00pm (summer hours)


Get info.
Get connected.
Get excited.

Student at the college.

Learn everything you need
to know at orientation.

Orientation is a MANDATORY event designed to provide new, returning, and transfer students with important information to support their success at the beginning of every new school year. There, you’ll get instructions on registering for courses, learn about options for paying your tuition, see how to get involved on campus, and more.

Students interact on campus.

Gain valuable experience
in Student Senate.

Being involved in Student Senate is an excellent leadership opportunity. Senate members serve on college committees, help organize and support student organizations, support programming and campus initiatives, and contribute to creating a welcoming and inclusive campus environment.

Students meeting in the commons area.

Discover more about yourself
in a student club.

Student organizations and interest groups create a space for you to develop unique interests and explore new ones with like-minded peers. Check out organizations like our Psychology Club or Math Club. Don’t see something that interests you? Create your own group.

Student on campus.

Creating a safe, inclusive space for every learner.

Diversity and social justice programs at Saint Paul College are designed to “foster a culture and atmosphere of belonging, collaboration, and mutual respect”. We take this commitment seriously and back it up with actions including facilitating events like panel discussions, guest speakers, and other thought-provoking activities on the related topics.


Additional Student Life resources.

Any other key information you may want to know can probably be found at one of the links below. Reaching out to a staff member is also a great option if you have further questions.

Students playing video games on campus.

A space for you to
work and play.

Come hang out, watch TV, or play video games in our student life space. It’s accessible to every student. Stop by on the first floor.

Meet with an advisor to help you reach your academic goals.

Photo of students on campus.

Visit our on-site food pantry for students and their families.

Photo of student on campus.