Student Life

The Office of Student Life provides a comprehensive learning environment where students are challenged and supported in the context of community, civic engagement and leadership, and cognitive development to become successful independent artists.

These pages have been designed with you, the student, in mind, so you can find the information you need and to provide timely, adequate information.

If at any time you do not find the answer to your question online, do not hesitate to contact us.

The Office of Student Life
215-717-6970
studentlife@uarts.edu

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Student Activities

Get involved, make new friends and participate in a wide variety of campus activities.

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Housing

Everything you need to know about your new home on campus.

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Orientation

Held at the beginning of each semester, New Student Orientation is designed to help you make a smooth transition into life at UArts.

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First Year Experience Program

You will share a common First Year Experience with everyone in the UArts class of 2017.

Student Leadership Opportunities

Student Leadership Opportunities

Everything you need to know about becoming an RA, CA or OL.

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Conduct

The Conduct System serves to promote a civil educational environment for all community members.

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Wellness

Explore the six dimensions of wellness and the resources you can find on campus.

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Staff Information

Learn more about staff members in the Office of Student Life.

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Student Handbook

Learn more about what is expected of you as a member of the UArts community.

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Like Us on Facebook

Find out about campus events, have your questions answered, and get info from our clubs and organizations.

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Follow Us on Twitter

We use Twitter to share events on campus, post pictures from events and use hashtags to reach a broader audience.

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Follow Us on Instagram

See fun pictures of events on campus, our neighborhood and students attending campus activities.