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Mostly you'll engage with the services and organizations overseen by Student Affairs. That includes everything from the Counseling Center to student clubs, and ton more. We are committed to providing services and programs that support your rich, full learning experience.

Get involved

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Registered student organizations

From athletics to outdoor recreation. From cultural groups to academic and professional groups, and hobbies to the arts, there are student-run groups for just about anything that captures your imagination. And if you don’t find the group you’re looking for, you can always start your own.

Student Wellness

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Help your fellow students manage their personal well-being through outreach, confidential peer support, and campus events. Join the Peer Advisory Council (WellPAC) and support your community in making decisions that set up success now and for the future.

Opportunities

Getting involved with the Student Wellness Initiative means you could:

  • Provide peer consulation and support for students facing a challenge
  • Organize and hold outreach events to raise awareness of important issues
  • Get access to trainings in counseling and advocacy

Safely report concerns

We all need a little help sometimes. It can be hard to ask for it, or to know where to go for help. Use these tools to support students (or yourself) in finding peer connections or getting support to navigate life safely.

Student Connections

Sometimes it's hard to know where to look to find people with similar interests. Submit a referral to connect students with resources on campus.

Student Connections

Tell Someone

Let Student Affairs know if you are concerned that an FLC student or employee may be a victim of an assault, harassment or discrimination. You may choose to report anonymously.

Tell Someone

Person of concern

Report student behavior that you would like to bring to the attention of your department chair or your supervisor. For emergencies please call 911.

Person of concern

Health & safety

We all need to be safe in order to learn. You can rest assured knowing you have our support with life’s challenges.

Go to Health & safety
Counseling Center

Go to individual counseling, join a group, or talk with someone to help you get the support you need from on- and off-campus resources.

Go to Counseling Center
Health Center

Make sure you’re in tip-top shape so you can succeed in school. We can help whether suddenly you’re not feeling well or need ongoing management of a health concern.

Go to Health Center
Campus police

Know you have a team of people ready to help you in an emergency and staying alert to everyday concerns. Find out about campus safety and policies from Campus Police.

Go to Campus Police