Campus Leadership Opportunities
Click on the below link to access the Leadership Opportunities Spreadsheet and learn more about the details surrounding each of the leadership opportunities offered in the following areas. Be sure to check out the different worksheets to find information organized by department and by leadership themes.
- Campus Ministry / Loyola Retreats
- Campus Recreation / Office of Outdoor Experiential Education
- Center for Community Service and Action
- Department of Residence Life
- First and Second Year Advising
- First Year Experience
- Student Activities and Greek Affairs
- Student Diversity and Multicultural Affairs
- Student Leadership Development
- Unified Student Government Association
- Water Tower Campus Life
- Wellness Center
Departments/Areas Advertising for Exciting Leadership Opportunities
Access the Campus Leadership Opportunities!
PLEASE NOTE: When the spreadsheet is downloaded, students can use the tabs at the bottom of the document to search by department or by various categories of leadership opportunities/roles.
Additional On-Going Leadership Development Opportunities
Based on findings from the Multi-Institutional Study of Leadership (Dugan & Komives, 2007), Student Leaderership Development staff encourage students to:
- Participate in Student Leadership Development Programs
Explore the Student Leadership Development website to find information about workshops, programs and events. We encourage students to visit our main office in Centennial Forum Student Union LL 42 to meet our staff and find out more.
- Engage in Conversations about Socio-Cultural Issues and Social Justice
There are so many ways in which to do this, both informally, and through events and programs. Connect with departments such as Student Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, Campus Ministry, the Center for Community Service and Action, and many more!
- Become Involved in at Least One Student Organization
We encourage students to connect with Student Activities and Greek Affairs (SAGA) and find one or a few organizations in which they can deeply immerse themselves.
- Participate in Community Service
The Center for Community Service & Action, the Center for Experiential Learning, and Campus Ministry are here to support students and student organizations in engaging in mutually beneficial service opportunities.
- Develop Mentoring Relationships
Students are encouraged to connect personally with faculty, staff and fellow students. Student Leadership Development staff are happy to talk with students about developing mentoring relationships.
Dugan, J. P., & Komives, S. R. (2007). Developing leadership capacity in college students: Findings from a national study. A Report from the Multi-Institutional Study of Leadership. College Park, MD: National Clearinghouse for Leadership Programs.