Students’ involvement and sociability in campus activities provide college students with ample opportunities to have a greater magnitude of student-to-student interactions. As such, they are more likely to perceive their educational experiences as having high quality compared to those of non- participants. This descriptive study utilized a sample of 300 students of WVSU-Janiuay Campus who were chosen through stratified purposive sampling. The results indicated that students often participated in campus activities. As to extent of involvement students are always involved in campus activities. The levels of sociability are very high as answered. As to campus activities that they participated in and levels of sociability significant difference existed while no significant differences existed in student’s involvement in campus activities. There was a positive and significant relationship among campus activities that students participated in, extent of students’ involvement and levels of sociability. Implications and recommendations for future research were discussed.