The Office of Student Activities is located on the second floor of the Caine Student Center.
Involvement in campus organizations, student activities and volunteer opportunities provides balance to the academic experience for students at Adrian College.
|Location||235 Caine Student Center|
|Normal Office Hours||Monday thru Friday, 8:30am - 5:00pm|
|Summer Office Hours||Monday thru Friday, 8:00am - 4:00pm|
The Office of Student Activities is your connection to the community. The office maintains a database of community agencies, plans several annual service events, and serves as a resource for anyone interested in community service.
If you’re interested in volunteer opportunities in the Lenawee County area, please click here.
Annual Service Projects
Blood Drives: Through various student organizations, Red Cross sponsors multiple opportunities for blood donation each year .
Community Outreach Week: Each Spring, the Student Activities Office cooperates with on-campus organizations and the community to establish a week of events devoted to service.
Community Plunge: Adrian College students experience their first opportunity for community service. During freshman orientation, students are separated into groups and shuttled to various local agencies where they familiarize themselves with peers while contributing to their new community.
Gift of Life Ball: Each Fall, African American Leaders Promoting Higher Education (ALPHA) sponsors a formal dinner and dance to raise money for a selected cause.
Rake & Run: Each Fall, the Student Government Association (SGA) cooperates with the Department on Aging and rakes the lawns of the elderly and disabled.
Service Organizations on Campus
- Adrian College Circle K Adrian College Dance Marathon
- Adrian College Habitat for Humanity Amnesty International
- Green Action Club
The center for commuter activity is Caine Student Center where the main lounge provides a place to relax between classes. The Office of Student Activities is the source of information about campus events and activities. Commuters are strongly encouraged to join student organizations or participate in other leadership opportunities on the campus.
Throughout the academic year there are opportunities to build your leadership skills by attending campus leadership programs as well as additional opportunities to apply and interview for student leadership positions. Look for these additional ways to serve Adrian College while enhancing your experience on campus.