STUDENT LIFE AT NORMANDALE
There are many ways to get involved at Normandale. From clubs and organizations to leadership opportunities and wellness programs, we have a wonderful variety of opportunites for every student.
CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS
If you don't see a club or organization you are interested in, you can certainly start your own. Click here for more information on how to start your own club.
If you are interested in joining a club or organization but have questions on how to get started, just contact Justin Martin, Director of Student Life for more information.
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Pillars of Leadership program
This 10-week leadership seminar is a cohort-based program where you can learn different leadership strategies, theories, and strengths, how to effectively communicate, how to be an inclusive leader, and many other skills alongside 20 of your fellow students. This course is provided at no cost to you as a student and runs each semester. It is available both face-to-face in a classroom, as well as online.
FITNESS, RECREATION AND WELLNESS
On campus there are numerous ways to be active, build and maintain a health lifestyle.
Click here for hours and more information about our fitness center, gymnasium, and group fitness studio facilities on campus. All current students have access to our facilities at no charge.
At Normandale, we care about your holistic well-being in body, mind and spirit. Not only do we want to see you succeed intellectually in your academics, but also in the physical, mental, social, emotional, environmental, occupational and spiritual areas of your life. Click here to learn more about opportunities to improve your well-being here at Normandale.
Please contact Aimee Bolton, Recreational Services Coordinator, with any questions about fitness, recreation and wellness at Normandale.
Normandale has a variety of recreational activities to participate in that range from leisure time activities to competitive sports. Students can meet others with similar interests, while sharpening and developing new sports skills in an activity they enjoy. Learn more about:
Normandale's L.E.A.D Program is a comprehensive experiential learning program that provides teambuilding and leadership challenges to its participants. It focuses on leaderhship, excellence, action, and development. The program consists of various team challenge initiatives that are rooted in the experiential learning process, in which students are presented with problem-solving situations and are challenged in a supportive environment. After each activity, the facilitator discusses with the group what they learned and how it can be applied to their group and their lives. Learning outcomes for each activity align with the core competencies from "On Course: Strategies for Creating Sucess in College and in Life," used in our NCC1000 courses.
The L.E.A.D. Program is designed specifically for each unique group and is a great compliment to any course curriculum and an engaging way to strengthen clubs or teams. For more in formation please contact Justin Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org or Aimee Bolton at email@example.com.
To request a L.E.A.D. Program experience for your goup, please fill out the following form: https://goo.gl/forms/DobouU2Ga04FGme12
The Diversity Center promotes and encourages diversity and cultural understanding through its cultural programming and its inclusive and welcoming environment.
Kopp Student Center
The Kopp Student Center is the hub of community life at Normandale. In addition, we've gathered together links to the most frequently used student life services at left. Please check them out and if you still have questions or concerns, contact us directly. We are here to help you get the most out of your life at Normandale!