I saw this post online and this reminds me of my student government at Southern Connecticut state university. It acts so clickish that it doesn’t welcome any students, it doesn’t make them feel like their part of the campus community and even turns students off. It literally gives students the cold shoulder and makes them feel like if your not part of SGA or any club or Greek life on campus, your a nobody and not important to them. It needs a major overhaul and on the top of my list is to get rid of the clickish atmosphere that is rampant with student government and student life at large at Southern Connecticut State University. It breeds clicks and it feeds off to other student groups, clubs, fraternities and sororities on campus. It makes it feel like if your not part of campus social scene, then your a nobody to them.
That’s why It’s very hard for students like myself to get involve in on campus groups, clubs and fraternities. It’s because it’s very clickish and virtually their are two clubs in one club. For example, their are Hall council for any resident students to join, but within a Hall council, their are Eboards that act clickish like and have their own clicks that are separate from the rest of the club. Even with all the social clubs on campus, they act very clickish and have clicks within the club and within the deeper Eboards.
It’s why I’ll never ever get involve with on campus groups, clubs or even fraternities because after what I have seen at Southern Connecticut State university. The Student government, clubs and Greek life on campus, they act very clickish and act as if your not with them, your nothing to them. That’s why Clubs, SGA, and Greek life on my campus see’s students who are with them as a nobody and not important to the campus community. Your wonder why no one wants to be involve on campus when you have groups on campus acting very clikish and no one is doing a thing to stop this clickish mentality that exist at Southern Connecticut state university.
- Be More Involved and Keep Your Day Planner Happy (blogs.stlcc.edu)