Chances are you were involved in a lot of activities outside of your high school classroom that helped make you a well-rounded student. Although you’re now in college, don’t let that change; being involved is important to your health and growth as a young adult.

Studies show that students who are involved in activities outside the classroom—in clubs, athletics, the arts, and volunteering—as well as engaged in the classroom, are happier and more successful in college.

Lafayette boasts more than 200 opportunities for students to become involved in an intensive co-curricular experience through the Division of Campus Life. If you can’t seem to find something that interests you, you can start your own club too. That’s how some of the best organizations on campus got started.