The College boasts having more than 230 student organizations on campus. That’s 230 organizations comprised of responsible adults who should, in theory, be able to take responsibility for the actions of their organization. Leadership in these organizations can teach executive and general members alike valuable skills such as time management, event planning and accountability.
The Office of Student Involvement and the Office of Student Affairs have developed new policies for recognized student organizations this academic year, including the requirement to fundraise solely through the Student Finance Board, the restriction of using Venmo during any transaction in a fundraiser and restrictions on selling food during fundraisers.
The fourth annual TCNJam brought students, cancer survivors and their families together to celebrate life, remember those who have succumbed to the disease and raise money for those battling childhood cancer.