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What we do

The Office of Student Activities strives to enhance the Carroll experience by providing students with social opportunities and numerous ways to get involved both on campus and in the community.  If you're looking for weekend programming (CU@Night), student organizations, Greek Life, leadership programming (LINC), the Travel Series, Recreation and Intramurals, Orientation, or the Volunteer Center (Pioneer Volunteers), you've come to the right place!

Why we do it... a.k.a. our Mission Statement

Student Activities seeks to further the mission of Carroll University.  We enrich the life of the University and enhance the success of our students by providing Carroll University community members opportunities to explore and develop themselves as individuals, leaders, and citizens through involvement with and development of clubs, organizations, programming, and activities.      

Who We Are

Elizabeth Brzeski
Senior Director of Student Affairs
Elizabeth can answer questions you have about Orientation, student organization budgets and general student activities information.
ebrzeski@carrollu.edu or 262.524.7100
 
Dan DeMerit 
Assistant Director of Recreation 
Dan oversees the recreation and intramural program at Carroll.  He can answer questions you have about open recreation, intramurals and fitness/wellness classes. 
ddemerit@carrollu.edu or 262.524.7100
 
Jake Eisch
Associate Director of Student Activities
Jake wants to get you involved on Carroll's campus!  He can answer questions you have about Leadership Development, Student Organizations, volunteer opportunities, alternative break trips as well as Daytime Programming and commuter student services.
jeisch@carrollu.edu or 262.524.7100

Vacant
Assistant Director of Student Activities
This person can answer any questions you have about Greek Life, CU @ Night weekend programming, and big campus programs. 262.524.7100.