The mission of S.C.O.P.E. is to provide South Campus residents with diverse, cultural, educational, recreational. and community service oriented programming, with the goal of enhancing the living experience on South Campus. We seek to use programming as a tool to build a sense of community among South Campus residents.
Community Representatives work alongside S.C.O.P.E. E-Board members to plan fun events for all South Campus residents. Currently looking for representatives for the following communities: Skyhalls I, II, & III, Slocum Heights Drive, Chinook Drive, Farm Acre Road, Lambreth Lane, Small Road, and Winding Ridge Road.
An internship in social media can offer you incredibly valuable experience in the world of work, where social media experience is becoming ever-more important. The Social Media Intern should be proactive, committed, and enthusiastic. The Social Media Intern will take charge of managing and elevating South Campus’s social media presence. If interested in an opportunity to help shape the environment of the South Campus Community, click on the link above.