Office of Campus Involvement

Get involved on campus!

The Office of Campus Involvement communicates the desires and input of students to the University and implements them through on-campus programming in the areas of leadership development, service opportunities, and quality programming. The Office of Campus Involvement works alongside the general student population, individual student organizations, and Greek life to foster a sense of unity and campus pride.

East Central University has over 70 different Student Organizations looking for new members! From academic and major-specific organizations, to religious, service, or special interest groups.

The Office of Campus Involvement, located in the Administration Building, Room 150 is home to the Campus Activities Board, Greek Life, and Student Organizations.
Whether you are an organization president looking to get some help or schedule an event, or a new student looking to get involved, the Office of Campus Involvement can help you!

Be sure to stop by the Office of Campus Involvement or email us at cab@ecok.edu with any questions or comments and let us help you get connected!

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