WOODBURY UNIVERSITY STUDENT LEADERS
Student leaders play a vital role in shaping campus life. While our leadership opportunities are diverse, each position carries the common goal of promoting academic excellence and purposeful engagement within and beyond the Woodbury community. Student leaders are able to effect change on campus through mentoring, advocacy, peer education and program planning. They experience the fulfillment of service, as well as the added benefit of marketable skills such as communication, conflict resolution, and time management.
When you make a commitment to a campus leadership position, you are making a commitment to serve your fellow students. You will be expected to make the integrity and the needs of the campus community a priority in your daily life by conducting yourself with high ethical standards, developing a thorough understanding of campus policies and procedures, and taking your role as a student advocate seriously. You will be provided with tools necessary to do this during Fall & Spring Training and in-services (2 per semester). Participation in each of these opportunities is required. Applications for 2016-17 Student Leader positions are due in hard copy to Student Affairs in the Whitten Student Center by 5:00pm on the following dates:
For SOAR Peer Advisor: Friday, February 10, 2017 at 5pm
Student Leader Application.pdfReference Form (please submit one from a faculty member and one from another WU student)
APM Position Description
IPA Position Description.pdf
Student Life Intern Position Description
Residence Hall Association Position Descriptions
Resident Advisor Position Description
SPA Position Description
Tutor Position Description
ASWU Executive Board and Program Board applications will be available through ASWU in Febraury.