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Campus and Career Related Events
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A Word From Our Director


"Happy February! I hope that everyone is enjoying the cool weather, and getting settled back in. Just around the corner will be spring break! Good luck with your classes, and make sure you stop by Room 221 in the Student Center for a cup of coffee." 

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Hello Commuters! 


We're midway through February. Can you believe it? Hopefully you are enjoying your classes and the mild weather! There are still plenty of events coming up from our office that we would love you to attend, and many ways for you to get involved on campus. Visit Collegiate Link to learn about all the different clubs and organizations on campus! Remember, you are invited to stop by Room 221 in the Student Center to say hello and have a free beverage. We're here for you! 


Also, if you haven't already, be sure to sign up for our Commuter Lounge. Room 221 in the Student Center is now a lounge for you! Click here to sign up. We will e-mail you with information about the lounge!    


And, if you're interested in becoming an Orientation Leader, check out this blog post for more information! 






The Office of Off-Campus Living

and Commuting Student Services

221 Student Center




Solar Energy - How Can You Get It?  


How To Sign A Lease 

Tuesday, March 6, 7PM

246 East Library Wing, Axinn Library

Join us as we discuss leases and how to find a place of your own! 


It's never too late to join the  

Organization of Commuter Students (OCS)

Please e-mail  

to find out more information. 



Spring Student Involvement Fair 


Spring Job and Internship Fair

Wednesday, March 7, 11AM-2PM

David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex

The Spring Job and Internship Fair brings to Hofstra a diverse group of employers - representing a wide variety of career fields - who are seeking candidates to fill full- and part-time positions, and internships. All attendees should be professionally dressed and have plenty of resumes. A list of participating organizations is available at, and will be continually updated. 


Conference Services Summer Employment 



Entertainment Unlimited
Wednesdays 8 PM
Student Center, Room 143
Entertainment Unlimited (EU)  is a student run organization at Hofstra which focuses on hosting both on and off campus events/trips either free or at a reduced rate to Hofstra students. Students involved are given the opportunity to help plan and run these events from start to finish.  EU is one of Hofstra most active club with events planned every week of the semester, from free movie nights, Broadway shows, BBQ's and more. For more information e-mail


Upcoming events from Entertainment Unlimited:  


March 1 - Broadway's Phantom of the Opera, $35. Sign up on February 22 at the weekly meeting. 


March 10 - Burlesque Show. Doors are set to open at 7:00pm with opening act Makin Treble, an all Hofstra girls a capella group, starting the show at 7:30pm and then followed directly after by our main Burlesque performers. Tickets will be sold the week before in the Student Center Atrium for $5 each and at at the door the night of the show for $7.


March 17 - FREE TRIP: NBC Studio Tour. Sign up on March 7 at the weekly meeting. 


Youth Against Sickle Cell

Wednesdays 9PM

Plaza Room Middle  

Youth Against Sickle Cell's main focus is to raise the awareness of Sickle Cell Anemia and raise money towards research in hopes of finding a cure. Our mission is to help ease the burdens of the affected young people and their families with this disease. Sickle Cell Anemia is a disease that affects everyone but its highest occurrences are in the African-American community. 1 in about every 400 African-Americans has Sickle Cell, a disease which currently has no cure. Youth Against Sickle Cell will host various fundraisers in order to donate this money towards finding a cure, and to those families who need it most. YASC will one day soon tutor local children who are trapped in the hospital for weeks at a time due to Sickle Cell Crises, as well as lecture and educate the community about how this disease ravages and shortens the lives of affected children. Please e-mail  for more information. 


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