Take a diverse group of students who are eager to get involved and put them at a college that provides support, encouragement, and resources to make things happen. The result, at Cabrini, is a co-curricular universe that is rich and varied.
More than 50 student clubs and organizations focus on academic and career interests, student government, campus social and cultural and spiritual life, and other themes.
Cabrini is a robust living-learning community with residence halls as the focal point of events and activities.
Cabrini boasts one of the nation’s most competitive Division III athletic programs, and intramural and recreational sports also are very popular.
The College’s Wolfington Center is the launching pad for service learning and outreach projects, some as close as the College’s backyard and some on the other side of the globe.
Cabrini’s themed Living and Learning Communities (LLCs) bring students together around such topics as careers, social justice, and the environment.
The Office of Student Diversity Initiatives empowers students of all backgrounds and walks of life, and welcomes differences in age, race, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, and geographic origin.
Jazzman’s Café (in the Widener Center) and the Dixon Center (for sports, recreation, and fitness) head the list of popular campus hangouts.
Students enjoy going into the town of Wayne and nearby Philadelphia for a wealth of entertainment, sports, recreation, and cultural opportunities.
The Department of Student Life is devoted to the implementation of programs, policies, and processes that optimize the College’s out-of-classroom learning environment, empower students to take responsibility for their education, and foster the development of leadership skills and a strong sense of campus community.