Students can exercise their leadership skills through campus positions that may involve peer education, mentorship, governance, or community service, in addition to supporting the operations of campus programs and departments. To learn about the selection process, qualifications, and time commitment for each positional opportunity, visit the links below or contact the department directly.
Consider the following positional opportunities to lead at Loyola:
Positional opportunities are offered by clubs and organizations (check out the twice-annual Student Activities Fair, held on the Quad in early September and early February), or consider starting a new club/organization through the office of student engagement.
Developmental opportunities help students facilitate personal growth and develop their leadership skills and potential. To learn how to get connected with these opportunities, visit the links below or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Consider the following opportunities to develop your leadership skills:
Additional training and development opportunities for campus organization leaders are offered by the office of student engagement.
We invite faculty and staff to nominate emerging and outstanding student leaders for these opportunities through the Student Leadership Nomination Form. Nominations help us identify qualified students to fulfill roles critically important to the Loyola community—as well as to the students interested in developing as leaders.
For your convenience, nominators may complete a single form for up to 10 students. If you’d like to nominate more than 10 students, you may submit another form.