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Welcome to the Office of Student Engagement at Lawrence Technological University, located in the heart of campus in the Taubman Student Services Center.
The Office of Student Engagement provides programs and services for the entire university community. Student Engagement coordinates a variety of opportunities for students to become involved on campus and in the Southfield and Metro Detroit areas.
The mission of Student Engagement is to encourage the intellectual, social, and civic development of students individually, and through student groups. The programs and services provided by Student Engagement are designed to encourage student development by:
Our central belief is that students who are actively involved in campus life will find their experience at Lawrence Technological University to be more satisfying and successful.
Three members of the Lawrence Technological University Volleyball Team have won all-conference honors from the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) and two have won all-academic honors from the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).
Students and visitors enjoyed a week full of activities as Lawrence Technological University celebrated its Homecoming Week that wrapped up on Oct. 12.
On a cool Saturday morning in early October more than 20 students from Lawrence Technological University (LTU) joined forces with the Friends of the Rouge conservation group and local residents to help preserve the Middle Rouge River as it flows through Northville.
Service Saturdays are a great way to get involved at LTU while doing great things for your community.
The Lawrence Technological University Honors Society volunteered to collect trash from 8:30-11:30 a.m. on Sept. 16. In an effort to clean up the area surrounding LTU's campus, we targeted Lois Lane, 10 Mile Road, Lahser Road, and Civic Center Drive in a “Roadway Cleanup.”
Student athletes from Lawrence Technological University (LTU) provided assistance at the Southfield polls for the Aug. 5 primary election as part of a coordinated effort that raised almost $6,000 for the Special Olympics. Other student athletes supported youth activities and participated in community beautification in Southfield.