Try Something New: Campus Life Night Winter 2020
Written by Beth Baranski
Posted on December 10, 2019
Campus Life Night is the perfect place for all students to find their home away from home on campus by meeting all the student organizations Grand Valley has to offer. Student orgs like Anchored in Poetry, Irish Dance club, and many others will be setting up camp in the Fieldhouse this year, so head over on Jan. 10 from 6-8 p.m. to find your place on campus. Not sure why you should attend? Let us tell you all the great things you’ll gain from this experience!
A Fun-Filled Evening
There will be so many tables for you to check out at Campus Life Night, and many organizations find fun ways to grab your attention. You might see a pull-up contest or have the chance to spin a wheel for free ice cream! Most importantly, you’ll have the opportunity to chat with Lakers who are passionate about their Student Life involvement, and you’ll receive tons of information about the many student org opportunities you have at GVSU.
More Freebies than You can Carry
Who doesn’t love a free t-shirt? Campus Life Night is the perfect place for free swag: pens, stress balls, t-shirts, and more. Some tables might even have snacks, so you won’t want to miss out!
A Home on Campus
Take note of what organizations align with your passions, and plan to attend the events that interest you. With hundreds of orgs to choose from on campus such as GVSU Beekeepers and Dance Troupe, you’re bound to find one at Campus Life Night that is perfect for you.
Grand Valley also offers plenty of organizations that are geared specifically toward academics and can help you prepare for your post-college career. Campus Life Night allows you to connect with students in your program or find a club that gets you into the field you’re passionate about. Come learn more about honor societies, national societies for countless majors, and networking opportunities.
Did we convince you yet? Campus Life Night is one of the best ways to get involved on campus and become more. For more information about the event, check out the Campus Life Night website.