Here at Lafayette, we take great pride in helping one another. Check out drop-in sessions that will introduce you to many important campus resources.

Campus Resource Drop-In Sessions

As you begin to plan for your arrival at Lafayette, it is important to know that there are many people available to assist with your transition. Through the Campus Resource Drop-In series, you will be introduced and learn how a number of individuals and departments can assist you during your first year on campus.

Below you’ll find this summer’s lineup; register for the ones that spark your interest. A Zoom link will be sent to your Lafayette inbox.

Let’s get connected!

Past Summer 2021 Virtual Drop-Ins

Wednesday, July 21

Session 1: 3-4 p.m. (EST)

Melissa Ash, assistant director of student engagement and civic leadership
Chelsea Cefalu, Assistant director of community-based learning & research

Title: Get involved in your local, regional, and global communities!

Description: Learn how you can make an impact with community engagement. Representatives from the Landis Center will provide an overview of programs and opportunities grounded in active citizenship.

Session 2: 4-5 p.m. (EST)

Asmita pendse, staff counselor, counseling center

Title: Counseling Center 101

Description: Did you know that approximately 40% of Lafayette students seek counseling during their college experience? Our counselors help students achieve positive mental health and cope with distress in order to make the most of their time at Lafayette. Come learn more about various services and resources the Counseling Center has to offer. 

Wednesday, July 28: 4-5 p.m. (EST)

Jill heilman, Associate Director, Academic Resource HUb

Title: Meet the Hub tutors and SI leaders

Description: Meet five of our student tutors and supplemental instruction (SI) leaders. Learn about the Hub’s academic support offerings and how they can assist you in meeting your academic goals.  In addition, they will answer questions about tutoring options and about Lafayette in general!

Wednesday, Aug. 4: 3-4 p.m. (EST)

Alana Albus, senior associate director and gateway counselor

Title: Getting involved with Gateway Career Center during your first year

Description: It is never too early to begin to plan for your future! Learn how you can get involved with Gateway Career Center during your first year. Alana Albus will walk you through the different programming that the office offers. She also will discuss what you need to do in order to meet your Gateway career counselor.