The Office of Student Affairs and Admissions (OSAA) is committed to helping students achieve both academic and professional goals. Students are provided with support to be successful, explore their interest and pursue their passions.
Below you will find more information about the opportunities that students are afforded to be more engaged with the university.
Lion’s Day– Newly accepted students are invited to campus to participate in a day of activities, information sessions and opportunities to connect with their future mentors.
New Student Orientation– New students are provided support throughout their matriculation to Larkin University. The Office of Student Affairs and Admissions facilitates in depth programs that encourage a holistic transition for students to the academic rigor and social atmosphere of the institution.
Commencement– Commencement is a special time at Larkin University, where we celebrate the hard work and achievements of our graduates. Family, friends and mentors are welcome to join us in the joyous occasion.
Students are afforded the opportunity to join as well as create organizations on campus. There are various types of organizations that can be explored. Those types range from academic organizations, special interest, councils and professional societies. There is always room to create and grow the number of student organizations on campus. Any students that are interested in pursuing the opportunity of joining or starting an organization, should reach out to the Office of Student Affairs and Admissions.
Students at Larkin University are encouraged to engage in research. We currently have research being conducted on campus along with partnerships globally. Students are encouraged and supported when sharing what they are passionate about conducting research on, so that the necessary steps can be taken to move forward with the research process