Student Development contributes to student success through programming linked to our four core components:
Student Development is committed to helping our students enhance critical leadership skills, understanding differing perspectives, form personal and professional networks and achieve their leadership goal. Student Development invites you to get involved with the Student Government Association and the Student Leadership Series.
College is entirely about how the student experiences it! Students learn more when they are actively engaged in experiences at college that occur outside of the classroom. From student groups to co-recreational fitness, Valencia offers opportunities that pique the large range of interests in our diverse student body.
Student Development invites you to get involved with Clubs & Organizations, as well as UFit.
Valencia College is a Learning-Centered Institution and Student Development creates and presents programs that help students achieve personal balance physically, mentally, socially, emotionally, environmentally, and within their academic/career choices.
Student Developments invites you to get involved in Wellness Programming on your campus.
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Community Involvement and Servant Leadership enriches lives, builds better organizations and creates a more caring world. Individuals who engage in civic involvement reap many rewarding benefits: resume building, networking opportunities, social engagement and paying it forward. Student Development has partnered with more than 200 service projects and organizations.
Student Development invites you to get involved with Valencia Volunteers, Pooky's Pantry, and be a part of the Legacy Project.
|Campus Location||Contact Number||Email Contact|
|East Campus Bldg 5, Rm 212||(407) 582-2313|
|Downtown Campus - TBA||TBA||TBA|
|Lake Nona Campus - Bldg 1, Rm 149A||Bldg 1, Rm 149A|
|Osceola Campus - Bldg 2, Rm 150||(407) 582-4158|
|Poinciana Campus - Bldg 1, Rm 116||(407) 582-6046|
|West Campus - Bldg 3, Rm 147||(407) 582-1607|
|Winter Park Campus - Bldg 1, Rm 200||(407) 582-6556|