Living on campus and getting involved in the campus and local communities can be some of the most rewarding experiences of college. To be an involved student is to be a connected student and, research shows, a more successful student academically. Through the Office of Student Life, Viterbo students can connect with other students, student clubs and organizations, service opportunities, diversity programming, scholarly events like Seven Rivers and Scholars Days, and much more. Student Life staff offices are located in the Hawk's Nest (below the southeast corner of Marian Hall), a gathering space where students can hang out with other students and play pool, ping pong, Xbox, or board games. Just below the Hawk's Nest is The Port, a new 24-7 student lounge where students can study, meet with their group or organization, stash their lunch in the kitchen fridge, and enjoy some down time between classes.
Our Student Life staff mission is to engage our community in intentional living and learning experiences that empower students to serve faithfully, live responsibly, and lead justly in the spirit of St. Francis. Know our doors are open and that you are always welcome to stop by, catch up, grab a cup of coffee, and ask questions. We look forward to seeing you on campus and at our events while you explore, connect, and serve in our campus and local communities!
Pax et bonum,
Director of Student Life and Orientation