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Student Organizations? YES, Please!

Kylie Pemberton
April 1, 2021

Support from a student organization can provide a home away from home for those longing for belonging and depth of friendship. Involvement in student organizations can be a key to success for many college students. Strong social networks aid in coping with drastic life changes. Research shows that student organizations can satisfy the need for social belonging, personal growth, and identity development.

 

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