DRBU Campus Life

Welcome to DRBU Campus life

DRBU Campus Life aims to foster a caring campus environment that supports students in the activation and embodying of intrinsic wisdom. This is a process of self-cultivation grounded in virtue and guided by insights derived from the study of classical texts. It encompasses all aspects of the student experience. It transforms the relationship with self, others, and the social and natural worlds. We also aspire to create opportunities for students to learn essential life skills that contribute to their well-being and the well-being of communities they participate in.

Campus Life oversees non-academic student services including housing, dining, service scholarship, student activities, health services, spiritual life, and orientation. These services are provided by the Campus Life units, each led by a Unit Coordinator. The Associate Dean oversees the Office of Campus Life.

Units of CAMPUS LIFE

DRBU Residential Life strives to create a dorm environment that supports students in their academic studies, self-cultivation, and participation within a caring, interdependent community.

DRBU Service Scholarship provides students an opportunity to put into practice the myriad self-transformative principles learned in the classroom.

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DRBU is committed to supporting the spiritual pursuits of students from all religious and spiritual traditions. To this end, DRBU provides services and facilities to promote holistic development among students and to nurture their spiritual pursuits.

DRBU Student Activities offers diverse opportunities for learning, encourages student leadership and community engagement, and promotes healthy, balanced and active lifestyles among the student body.

DRBU Health Services promotes the health, safety, and well-being of students, faculty, and staff by coordinating adequate personnel, facilities, and resources in order to meet DRBU’s community needs.

DRBU Dining Services nourishes students, faculty, and staff of the University with a vegetarian diet to support the community's intellectual and spiritual growth.

Campus Life Office

DRBU South Wing Room 110

campus.life@drbu.edu