Student Leaders Team Photo 2019-20 outside near North Creek Center overlooking the wetlandsOffice of Student Life

welcome to student life! 

Activities & Recreation Center (ARC), First Floor 

Student Life offers events, programs, and services which encourage student involvement in the campus community and enhance the educational aspects of Cascadia. The cultural, social, recreational, and educational programs supported and developed by Student Life are designed to create a positive learning experience, assist students in developing leadership and life skills, and promote awareness and understanding about student, community, and social issues.

Student Life is also the point of contact for student clubs and organizations. Our staff provides clubs and organizations with knowledge, leadership, and guidance to support their efforts.



Have A Say In How Your Student Fees Are Spent! 

The Services & Activities (S&A) Fee Budget Committee is comprised of a majority of students who review requests by student groups, offices and departments to utilize student fees for programs and initiatives on campus.  Students decide the priorities and meet annually. Watch for more information on how to volunteer on the S&A Budget Committee!  


Our Team 

Cascadia EAB Logo in blue and white with Kody bear imageEAB: Events and Advocacy Board

The Cascadia Events & Advocacy Board (EAB) is a group of student leaders who plan events and advocate for Cascadia College students and community. EAB is committed to social justice, sustainability, and creating inclusive events for all Cascadia students. Coordinators on EAB work together to provide social, cultural, educational, and advocacy work through campus programming and outreach to Cascadia students.

Check the EAB Events Blog for more information about upcoming events! 


Cascadia CEO Logo in blue and white with bear pawCEOs: Community Engagement Officers

Community Engagement Officers (CEOs) promote Kodiak spirit and sense of belonging on campus through outreach to the Cascadia student body about programs and activities, and by building connections between students and opportunities for involvement.

Check out the Graphic Design Corner to see what our graphic designers are up to!


Cascadia EAB Logo in blue and white with Kody bear imageKodiak Cave

The Kodiak Cave is a food resource that serves the student body of Cascadia College. The driving force behind the Kodiak Cave is to end hunger on our campus through nourishing meals and providing education and resources to our community.

 Learn more about healthy eating, meal prep and get some great "how to" videos on our Kodiak Cave Blog


Cascadia Clubs Logo in blue and white with Kody bear imageClubs

Getting involved in clubs and student activities can be a very rewarding experience. Students are encouraged to join campus clubs to build lasting friendships, provide unique educational opportunities, and establish support systems of peers, faculty and staff advisors. Student clubs create and facilitate programs, speakers, activities, and trips that expose and educate other students on different cultures, lifestyles, art forms, and viewpoints.


Phi Theta Kappa

PTK Recognizes academic achievement of college students and to provide opportunities for them to grow as scholars and leaders. Students are eligible for PTK membership once they have completed 12 credits at Cascadia College (defined as courses numbered 100 level and above) and earn a 3.5 GPA or higher. PTK membership is available to running start, career-tech, and international students. Invitations are sent quarterly to students from the Office of Student Life.


 Cascadia Office of Student Life Logo in blue and white with Kody bear imageOffice of Student Life

Student Life is also the point of contact for student clubs and organizations. Our staff provides clubs and organizations with knowledge, leadership, and guidance to support their efforts.



Stay Connected

Show up, sign up, level up logoWe can help you find your community, discover opportunities outside the classroom, and equip you to make a difference on campus and beyond! All it takes is three simple steps to get the most out of your experience at Cascadia. Show up! Sign up! Level up! Get Involved!


Student Life on Canvas with Kody logo in red on teal backgroundThe Student Life Canvas page is a great place to get event information directly on your Canvas Calendar feed so you never miss an event again! 



Kody's Weekly logo gray and whiteJoin our weekly e-newsletter "Kody's Weekly" to get updates on events and activities happening on campus, club meeting times, weekly food truck schedule, and more! To join, email "Kody" to  or follow this link to an old newsletter, and click the "follow Student Life" button on the right side of the page.


Text Alert BannerText “Kodiaks” to 76626. Join our Student Life Text group for reminders about events, giveaways, and on-campus promotions!





Upcoming Events & Information


Looking for something to do?

Are you bored and looking for something to do? Look no further! Each week, the Office of Student Life will be hosting a variety of activities for you to participate in! Make sure to follow student life on social media, Canvas and join the Cascadia College Discord server to meet other Cascadia students. 


Hang out with Students on Canvas and Discord 

Each week the Events & Advocacy Board will be hosting challenges and activities on the Student Life Canvas page, Discord and on our social media pages! A group of students created a Discord community for students to join study groups, play games, chat, hangout and meet other students outside of Zoom and Canvas. To join the Cascadia Discord server, click the link in the Student Life Canvas course


Follow Student Life on Social Media

Social media is a great tool available that you can use to connect with other students. It's important to focus on meaningful connection as opposed to "likes" though. Student Life will be sharing strategies to stay connected, win prizes, and generally have fun (have you seen our great Kody reels?). Follow Student Life on Instagram @Cascadia_Kodiaks and share your own stories using #CascadiaKodiaks. 



Cascadia College is an equal opportunity institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender and/or sex, disability, national origin, citizenship status, age, sexual orientation, veteran's status, or genetic information. All Cascadia materials are available in alternative formats and can be requested by contacting the Human Resources office. To request disability accommodations for student events, please contact Disability Support Services at 425.352.8128 or at least ten days prior to the event.