Why get involved?
- Gain leadership skills
- Earn higher grades
- Explore career options
- Meet students with similar interests/majors
- Get to know the various aspects of the campus and CI
- Develop life-long friendships
- Make personal connections with faculty and staff
- Explore new experiences
- Develop communication skills
- Grow and develop as a person
- Give back to the University and community
- Experience and appreciate diversity
- Enhance your resume
- Develop transferable skills for the work place
- Have fun
Did you know?
College students who get involved more likely to earn higher grades and continue through graduation (Astin, 1984, p. 292).
How can you get involved?
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- Join a student organization or ASI entity
- Serve on a University Committee
- Participate in Campus Recreation activities
- Take part in a leadership training or retreat
- Work on campus
- Take a service learning course or volunteer
- Become a LEAP leader
- Join O-Staff
- Participate in undergraduate research
- Join the Housing and Residential Education staff
- Attend events including those hosted by Intercultural Services