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The Division of Campus Life advances the mission of the College by shaping an environment in which students are supported and challenged to deepen their understanding of themselves, others, and the world. We provide students with opportunities to engage in the Lafayette community in ways that enhance their capacity to thrive intellectually; make healthy, well-reasoned, and ethical decisions; and demonstrate socially responsible leadership.
The Counseling Center provides high-quality counseling, educational programs, and psychological assessments to help students learn how to identify and meet their intellectual, interpersonal, and developmental goals and to provide a healthy, equitable, and positive campus community.
Bailey Health Center supports student learning in its mission to promote the health and well-being of our students. We believe that the College health system is an essential link in the education process. Healthy lifestyles are learned by incorporating education into our system of delivering health care.
The Office of Intercultural Development (OID) advances Lafayette’s commitment to diversity and inclusion through educational and cultural programming. We understand that multicultural competence is an essential aspect of a well-rounded liberal arts education. Therefore, our aim is to empower students, staff, and faculty to together explore broad concepts such as equality, power, privilege, civility, justice, and freedom.
Landis Community Outreach Center
The Landis Center strives to cultivate personal, civic, and intellectual growth for students through meaningful and effective service experiences and foster college-community partnerships that contribute to the well-being of the community, both locally and globally.
The library instruction program contributes to the mission and curriculum of the College through course-integrated library instruction classes. Librarians, in partnership with classroom faculty, teach students the information literacy skills they need to attain their academic goals and become lifelong learners.
Consider your daily routine. Do you eat three meals a day? Will your class schedule, studying, extracurricular activities, and social events interfere with dining? Will you miss dinner due to employment or evening classes? Anticipating the answers to these and similar questions will help you select a meal plan that best fits your lifestyle. Please know there are TWO meal plans available to first year students: 1) Unlimited carte blanche meal plan OR 2) 20-meals-per-week meal plan. Follow the link below for more information regarding the two meal plans.
The Department of Public Safety provides a safe and secure learning environment for the Lafayette community. The staff consists of commissioned police officers with full police powers and security officers.
The Office of Recreation Services furthers the College’s mission by providing exercise-centered experiences that encourage lifelong healthy habits and positive use of leisure time. Ranging from instructional to competitive, programs foster improved physical, social, and emotional health within a safe environment and in a respectful atmosphere conducive to enjoyment by participants of all ability levels.
Reserve College Textbook
The bookstore stocks all books and materials needed for classes, as well as a full line of school supplies, electronics, and cool Lafayette gear!
Religious and Spiritual Life
The religious and spiritual life program seeks to foster an environment where students of all backgrounds can freely and comfortably practice their faith traditions. It encourages students to learn about the traditions of others in a spirit of mutual respect.
Information Technology Services provides support for all computing activity on campus through the Help Desk, the hardware shop, one-on-one consultations, and its website.
Lafayette student-athletes on 23 teams compete at the highest level of intercollegiate sports, NCAA Division I.
Williams Center for the Arts
Since 1983, the Williams Center for the Arts has hosted the world’s finest performers in classical and world music, jazz, dance, theater, and more. It is also home to an art gallery, the music and art departments, the College Theater program, and the student-led Arts Society.