Student Leadership on Campus
Becoming a student leader is easy and the options for leadership involvement at CSI are vast. Students can run for and be elected to a leadership position on Student Government, College Council, Faculty Student Disciplinary Committee, Auxiliary Services Corporation, or the CSI Association.
Running for Office
Every spring and fall semester elections are held where in the students of CSI have the chance to vote for those fellow students they feel will best represent them in the affairs of the College. Click here for a listing of the organizations students can be elected to and what the organizations do.
Other Leadership Roles on Campus
Club membership is also a great way to become a leader. Student Life and Student Government recognize and charter over 45 clubs each year. There are also several other organizations on campus on which you, as a student, are eligible to serve, such as the Campus Activities Board or WSIA 88.9 FM, or by becoming an Ambassador, Peer Educator, or Orientation Leader. For ways to get involved, stop in the Office of Student Life (1C), room 201 and let us help you decide which leadership role would best meet your needs and interests.