Your Pfeiffer Family
Community – It's at our center.
We are a community of learners engaged in a collaborative journey. We invite you to join us.
To build your Pfeiffer community, we help you find your ideal place — a club, group or organization (or two, or three) where you feel comfortable and purposeful. We offer ways to make meaningful connections, such as mentoring relationships, service opportunities, campus church activities, work-study groups and athletic events.
How Can I Find My Place in the Pfeiffer Community?
Find your place. Engage your skills. Push your boundaries. Seek your community.
Join a special interest group with people who share your passions. Get introduced to club members through the InterClub Council (ICC).
Play sports? Check out the Campus Recreation play days. These are one-to two-hour events like dodge ball, kickball, ultimate Frisbee and flag football. You don’t have to register (or even be athletically inclined) — just show up!
Want more than a play day? The Campus Recreation calendar offers intramural tournaments like sand volleyball, indoor soccer and volleyball and basketball tournaments. You can even create your own team; just sign up at Knapp front office.
Sign up for an activity through the Center for Outdoor Leadership. Choose from one-day and multi-day experiences such as hiking, backpacking, TAG caving, whitewater rafting or climbing.
Check out activities listed in Pfeiffer’s weekly newsletter or get the latest scoop by checking in with the Campus Activities Board (CAB).
Volunteer through the Francis Center for Servant Leadership. You can serve organizations like Habitat for Humanity, the American Cancer Society and Victory Junction.
Get involved with the Student Government Association (SGA) and make a difference as a university leader.
Attend an athletic event, or, if you are a student athlete, ask your coach about team activities.
Visit your professors during office hours to ask about tutoring, study groups, leadership programs and academic opportunities.
Head to Charlotte venues for a musical, art show, speaking event or comedy performance. Invite another student to join you.
At our Misenheimer campus, you live, learn, work, worship and play in a tight-knit community, supplemented by the support of Pfeiffer faculty and Student Development professionals. Just check in with the Office of Student Life (Stokes Student Center, Rooms 219-223) for a personal introduction to available options.
In Charlotte and Raleigh-Durham, with class schedules designed to fit the needs of working adults, students are on campus typically in the evenings after the workday. We strive to create welcoming evening opportunities tailored to your needs. Students can meet informally, share a meal, study together or join a professional association.
Director of Student Involvement
Have questions? Just ask!
Paula Morris, Director of Student Involvement