The university experience can be one of the most meaningful experiences of your life; at perhaps no other time will you have the ability to interact with such a diversity of people and be exposed to so many new ideas as you grow and develop as a person. While many of these opportunities occur inside the classroom, many also occur outside the classroom.

The Office of Student Affairs is committed to helping students take advantage of the amazing opportunities before them at Daemen University, by teaching life skills that will serve them long after they graduate as they develop into well-rounded citizens.

By living on campus, you have Daemen at your fingertips. You have access to clubs, student government, events, concerts, and athletics. It is a short walk to classrooms, laboratories, studios, the library, computer labs and much more.

Daemen University offers orientation programs for first-year students, transfers and families. The goal of orientation is to develop and coordinate programs that promote academic success, promote personal and social development, and to provide students and families with information about services, support systems and issues facing university students.

Daemen University is dedicated to meeting your needs as a student academically, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. We offer services to assist students during their time at Daemen and into the future.

Explore your interests, meet new people, and get involved in the campus and community. You can do all of this and more when you participate in the Daemen clubs and organizations.

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion at Daemen University seeks to provide an enriching and impactful diversity education experience to our community through both short-term programming and long-term initiatives. We will be responsive to the current climate, future trends in higher education and the ever-changing face of our community.

Career Services offers a variety of services to assist students and alumni across all academic disciplines in all phases of their career decision-making and job search process.

50 things to do before you graduate. Learn about the Daemen University traditions, participate in those traditions yourself, and track your experiences in your very own DC Book.

The INSight is Daemen University's online student newspaper. It is written by Daemen students for Daemen students.