Centre for Student Life & Engagement - Brantford

Coordinator, Student Leadership & Conduct: Melissa DiLeo, mdileo@wlu.ca, ext. 5715
Coordinator, Centre for Student Life & Engagement: Jessi Calberry, jcalberry@wlu.ca, ext. 5822
Office Location: Second floor, Student Centre (103 Darling Street)
Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., or by appointment
Telephone: (519) 756-8228, ext 5716
Website: Centre for Student Life & Engagement

The Centre for Student Life & Engagement aims to contribute to and support the co-curricular student experience at Laurier. The Centre provides programming across a broad range of student life and engagement domains including leadership development, off-campus first-year living, peer health, and peer conduct. Students will be connected to programming, leadership opportunities, events, resources, and peers with a passion for providing an exceptional and holistic experience.

Co-Curricular Record
The Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is an institutionally recognized chronicle of student engagement and student leadership involvement on campus. This important tool recognizes and documents the impact of student leadership involvement for each student's experience at Laurier. The Co-Curricular Record provides students with a tool to share and communicate their co-curricular involvement to potential employers, Graduate school applications, and scholarships.

Leadership Ambassadors
By way of exciting programming and leadership opportunities, a dynamic team of student volunteers actively engages their peers in leadership learning and development. Our leadership ambassadors run workshop and team building activities and hold office hours to meet with students to provide guidance, inspiration and coaching.

Mental Health Educators Group
The Mental Health Educators Group is dedicated to breaking down the stigma surrounding mental health through interactive events and campaigns. By running education-base programming and campaigns, this group strives to create a supportive and accepting community at Laurier.

Peer Health Educators
Through the Alternative Placement program with Nipissing University, Peer Health Educators promote the physical, emotional and psychological health of students at Laurier through programs, campaigns and presentations.

Student Conduct Educators
Student Conduct Educators provide interactive and informative events and workshops with the goal of educating the campus community about the Non-Academic Student Code of Conduct.

Laurier Off Campus University Students (LOCUS)
LOCUS provides support and programming to first year off campus students at Laurier. Off campus students are placed in a community led by an Off Campus Advisor who is responsible for building a sense of community for the LOCUS students through programming and personal support.