Students are the architects of campus life at Vassar. They govern themselves; they start new organizations and publications and performing groups; they sit with faculty and administrators on policy committees; they bring in speakers and entertainers; they plan scholarly conferences and throw wild parties; they point out institutional problems and come up with solutions. They have an unusual amount of power to shape not only their own experience at Vassar but policies that will influence the future direction of the college.
- religious and spiritual lifeThe Office of Religious and Spiritual Life (RSL) oversees, advises, and supports a wide range of religious and civic communities and initiatives on campus and plays an important role as a college liaison to the mid-Hudson Valley community. Read More