Center for Student Involvement
- Campus Recreation
- Multicultural Student Services
- Minority Student Services
- International Student Services
- Romeo B. Garrett Cultural Center
- Off-Campus Student and Non-Traditional Student Services
- Parents’ Weekends
- Student Activities
- Student Government
- Student Media
- Student Organizations
This Center provides a cohesive plan of programs, activities, events and services designed to respond to the cultural, social, physical, and recreational needs of all students enrolled at Bradley. Opportunities for leadership and group development are provided for students to learn new skills, broaden their abilities, and manage their organizational activities. Communication between faculty, administration, students, and staff will be encouraged as a means to promote a well-informed campus community regarding student activities and government.
Campus Recreation offers students opportunities to participate in a wide variety of sport and recreational activities. A diversified schedule of activities is maintained for the novice to the advanced competitor.
Multicultural Student Services and the Romeo B. Garrett Cultural Center foster a greater awareness of the minority and international experience by responding to social, cultural, educational, and philosophical concerns.
International Student Services insures the successful transition of international students into campus life and assists them in confronting their responsibilities and challenges while in this country.
Off-Campus and Non-Traditional Student Services helps coordinate efforts designed to meet the special needs of these students.
Student Activities organizes social life, which includes concerts, dances, lectures, and special events such as Campus Carnival, homecoming, and a variety of student committees and programs. The office also registers student organizations and provides information and certain administrative services for more than 200 student groups.
Student government organizations provide leadership opportunities for students to participate in the governing process of the University, particularly as it relates to student concerns and welfare.
Student media, including the weekly newspaper the Bradley Scout, the literary publication Broadside, and the radio station WRBU, offer communication experiences and opportunities for interested students. All student media bearing the name of or sponsored by Bradley University must be approved and supervised by the Communications Council.