The goal of Student Life is to provide students with the total UCR experience. That means supporting opportunities for learning, leadership, community building, and creative expression that go way beyond the classroom. Get involved, join a student org, attend a concert, and see what Student Life has to offer!
Here for You, Always
Student Affairs is here to support you throughout the campus closure.
Catch Highlander Spirit
Increase your campus pride by learning who our mascot is, how we got the Bell Tower, and why we are called the Highlanders.Learn more about school spirit.
Learn about the range of resources we offer to veterans and service members to help them succeed at UCR.Learn more about veterans services.
Connect with a peer mentor who can help with your transition to UCR and make you feel at home here, or learn how you can become a peer mentor.Learn more about First-Year Mentors.
Highlander Orientation is a great opportunity to introduce new students and their family members to UCR. Students are hired as Orientation Leaders during winter quarter, and go through training during spring quarter. Find out more information about the position and the application process on the Highlander Orientation website.
Take advantage of opportunities to develop leadership skills and contribute to positive change on campus.Learn more about leadership opportunities.
Fraternities and Sororities
Get to know UCR's officially recognized fraternities and sororities, and various councils.Learn more about Greek life.
Join/Start an Organization
Discover a support network for starting/running a student organization.
Discover ways to use your education, talent, and skills to give back to your community.
Tips for Commuters
Learn how to meet people, join a carpool, register your bike, and get involved on campus.Learn more about commuter resources.
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