Come! Play! Enjoy!

Student Engagement is dedicated to bringing the students of Saint Joseph's College the best college experience they can have! An experience that is filled with great events, activities and opportunities to explore all that Saint Joseph's College has to offer.

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Some of the great events that students get to enjoy right here on the shores of Sebago Lake

  • "Comedy On Tap" Comedy Series
  • Bingo with over $500 worth of prizes
  • Monk Money Game Show
  • Last Monk Standing Challenge
  • Pub Trivia nights in the Chalet
  • Novelty Shows with tons of FREE stuff give-a-ways
  • Live Performance such as hypnotists, magicians and cultural lectures
  • Winter Carnival
  • Spring Fling
  • Kayaking Tours


We also offer chances to explore the home of Saint Joseph's College with trips all over the great state of Maine and Northeast.

  • Holiday shopping trip in New York City
  • Overnight Trip to Quebec City
  • Ski trips to Sugarloaf, Sunday River and Shawnee Peak
  • Weekly van shuttles to the Old Port District of Portland, Maine
  • Concerts and shows at great Portland venues like the State Theater, Merrill Auditorium, Port City Music Hall and Cumberland County Civic Center
  • Saint Joseph's College Nights at Portand's own professional sports teams at NBDL Portland Red Claws and AHL Portland Pirates
  • Adventures to the Fryeburg Fair, Haunted Hayrides and much more!

Student Stories

“You can always find me skating on the lakes and ponds around campus, or skiing at Shawnee Peak with friends. I would encourage students to try and embrace the cold by taking part in the activities that Student Engagement sponsors, like weekly ski trips, snowshoe scavenger hunts, and weekly skate nights on Clark’s Court.”

Michael WearneMichael Wearne, Winter Activities

“Once at St. Joe’s I decided to step out of my comfort zone and join the dance team, even after having very little dance experience. I am happy to say that I am now one of the captains of the dance team and that would not have been possible if I didn’t try something new.”

Sophia VigerSophia Viger, Dance Team

“Rotaract is a service-based club. This past summer we went to Puerto Rico for a service trip to help rebuild homes destroyed from Hurricane Maria; this was by far the best thing we have done and such an incredible experience.”

Kelly Sheehan, communications majorKelly Sheehan, Rotaract Club

“The PWH student chapter allows us to advocate for a local organization that provides a sustainable solution to America's medical waste. During the Uganda mission in January 2020, we served pregnant women with birthing kits as part of project 10,000. In some locations more than 200 women traveled to see us for care.”

April Benak, Partners for World Health student chapter


Michael Theriault
Community Coordinator
(207) 893-6607

Office (207) 893-6603