Co-curricular (outside of the classroom) activities are intended to provide students with the opportunity to be better prepared to fulfill the duties of citizenship in a democratic society and enrich their educational and personal development. Such goals may be accomplished through cultural and social activities, the mentoring program, volunteer programs related to the instructional program, athletics and student government. The University encourages and supports the formation of student organizations and clubs that allow students to work together towards a common goal. The University administration must approve all organizations.
The Phantom Press is the official student newspaper of the University, published periodically throughout the academic year. The University also supports and encourages other student publications.
The University provides tutorial services in areas of Mathematics, Writing, Computer Science, Biology, and Electronics Engineering Technology at no cost to students. Additional tutorial services will be added as needed.