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Events From Our Office
Campus and Career Related Events
Club Corner

A Word From Our Director


"I want to wish everyone good luck on finals. And, make sure you stop by room 221 in the Student Center for a complimentary cup of coffee during finals." 

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Hello Commuters! 


Here we are, the last month of the Fall 2011 semester. We know that it's a busy month for you, but don't forget there are still many events going on this month that may interest you. We know you may be in a rush to get to campus and home, but please remember to give yourself plenty of time and drive safely. 


Also, 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.   


And remember, if you want to continue to stay on top of everything that is happening on campus, make sure to "Like" Hofstra Student Life on Facebook or follow @HofstraStudents on Twitter. Also, be sure to check out our new Student Life blog and log onto your Hofstra portal and check out Collegiate Link! It's never too late to get involved! Check out this blog post to find out how. 



The Office of Off-Campus Living

and Commuting Student Services

221 Student Center




Do You Know Who You Are? Culture On Wheels



Early Morning Breakfast

Monday December 12, 9AM-12PM

Room 221, Student Center 

Stop by our office for a free morning snack and some hot beverages. And remember, stop by throughout finals for free coffee. 


It's never too late to join the  

Organization of Commuter Students (OCS)

Please e-mail  

to find out more information. 



Hofstra Celebrates the Holidays 2011 collegenet 

Late Night Breakfast


Orientation Staff Info Sessions




Active Minds at Hofstra Weekly Meetings  Thursdays 8 PM
Room 145, Student Center 

Active Minds at Hofstra aspires to break the stereotypes and stigmas associated with Mental Illnesses. Our goal is to spread awareness on college campuses about the stressors that can potentially develop into psychological disorders. Many people do not realize that 1 in 4 students can develop a psychological disorder and they can go untreated because they do not know about their disorder. If untreated the disorders can become problematic for them in the future. Active Minds is not restricted to Psychology Majors and welcomes anyone because of its overall message to spread awareness. For more information, visit our national website:


She's The First Meeting
Thursday December 8, 6:30 PM
Plaza Room Middle  
She's the First is a not-for-profit that sponsors girls' education in the developing world. We encourage young people to creatively fundraise for girls' sponsorships with their online and offline social networks. For sponsors, She's the First provides community, leadership opportunities, and a sense of global citizenship. For underprivileged girls, the impact of a sponsorship is life-changing: Most will be the first in their families to graduate.   


Collegiate Women of Color's 3rd Annual Christmas Social