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Senior Yearbook Portraits FAQ
Will yearbook portraits be rescheduled?
  • Yes, but due to covid-19 social distancing mandates, new portrait sitting dates have yet to be determined.  We are working with our photography company to determine new dates and will email graduating students as soon as we have more information.   We will also update this web site with information as we receive it. 
How do I sign up for Senior Portraits?
  • You can schedule your appointment now at, entering school code 237 or by calling 1-800-OUR-YEAR™ (687-9327), during normal business hours.
Who should be taking Senior Portraits?
  • Any undergraduate student who is graduating Spring 2020, Summer 2020 or finished Fall 2019. Graduate students graduating Spring 2020, Summer 2020 or finished Fall 2019 are also welcome. No one is required, but this is a wonderful opportunity for you to have a great keepsake/professional photos for social networking sites such as LinkedIn.
Will the sitting fee still apply?
  • Yes, any student who signs up would still pay the $30 sitting fee for portraits. This will also cover the cost of your yearbook which will be mailed to you in the fall of 2020 (October/November).
If you have any other questions regarding Senior Portraits or Yearbook, please contact Victoria Jengo:

Campus Activities, Service and Leadership


The Office of Campus Activities, Service & Leadership is a group of student-centered educators committed to purposeful and inclusive opportunities that consistently challenge and support student success. We provide a framework for the development of life skills including effective planning and communication, dedication to diversity, enhanced creativity, clarification of personal values and ethical behavior, and increased confidence. Our goal is to empower students to become actively engaged citizens.

Programs, Activities and Services

Programs, activities and services offered by CASL promote student engagement, leadership, and service learning opportunities outside of the classroom. We encourage active participation in campus life and the surrounding community in our interactions with students. CASL staff:

  • Advise, assist and provide resources to all student clubs, organizations, fraternities and sororities that are affiliated with the Student Government Association to help them run successful organizations and activities.

  • Work with students and the university community to plan activities for Theme Celebrations including Welcome Weeks, Pioneer Pride, Latin Heritage, LGBTQ Celebration, African Heritage, Women's History, Asian Heritage, Spring Week, Greek Week, De-Stress Fest and more!

  • Provide student leadership workshops and opportunities through Pioneer Life Institute (PLI), Club Council meetings, Greek Conference, Pioneer Life Training, etc.

  • Provide and assist with civic engagement and community service activities and opportunities including MLK Day of Service, Alternative Spring Break, Pioneer Service Ventures and many additional activities serving our local communities.

  • Plan and promote weekend activities through Weekends @ WP including Pioneer Cafe Live Series, Performers, trips and more.

  • Assist with new and transfer student orientations, and hire, train and supervise student Orientation Leaders.

  • Plan fun and engaging activities for WP students!

Congratulations to WP Student Leaders 2020

Click here for the SGA Awards Recipients

Click here for Changebuilders Ceremony

Click here for Greek Awards Recipients

Click here for 2nd Annual LEADS Recognition Ceremony

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Contact Us

Student Center Room 302
William Paterson University
300 Pompton Road,
Wayne, NJ 07474-0913


(973) 720-2518

Office Hours

Fall / Spring
Monday — Friday:
9:00AM — 5:00PM
9:00AM — 6:00PM

Monday — Thursday:
8:00AM — 5:15PM

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