OFFICE OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES
At Lincoln College you will find several opportunities to get involved with learning and social activities outside of the classroom. No matter what your interest, the Office of Student Activities (OSA) and the Meyer-Evans Student Center have something for you! Here are just a few of the many exciting and fun things available:
The Meyer-Evans Student Center is a popular destination for the campus community and the center of student life. The Meyer-Evans Student Center is a great place for students to take a break from studies, meet up with others from the campus community, or attend a number of evening activities and events.
The Meyer-Evans Student Center currently houses:
- The Office of Student Activities
- The Student Involvement Office
- Dining Services & Dining Hall
- Campus Safety
- Alumni Conference Room
OSA coordinates Week of Welcome/Winter Week of Welcome, Homecoming, SpringFest, Late Night Lynx, and I Beat the Prez. Additionally, OSA brings a variety of entertainment to campus throughout the year including hypnotists, comedians, magicians, singers, and more.
Joining a Recognized Student Organization (RSO) could be one of the most rewarding experiences a student can take advantage of while at Lincoln College. OSA advises over 20 active RSOs on campus. If we don’t have an organization you’re interested in, all you will need is five like-minded individuals to start your own organization.
OSA facilitates two separate leadership programs which offer students the opportunity to learn and develop leadership skills and identify leadership style and strengths. The two programs are Camp Lynx and the Lincoln Legacy Fellowship. Both programs are voluntary, but they do have an application process and students who are accepted to the programs are expected to fulfill the time commitments for each program and attend all meeting times and events. More information about these two programs is coming soon!
OSA hosts a number of continuous and one-time volunteer opportunities throughout the year in the Lincoln/Logan County area. OSA serves as a resource for students and recognized student organizations looking for volunteer opportunities.