Office for Student Engagement
Volunteers can contact me by email or Lara Swanner, PTO President at (985)351-9287.
The Annual Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi Homecoming Quiz Bowl is set for Tuesday, October 14, 2014, at 2:00 p.m. in the Student Union Ballroom. The Quiz Bowl is a high-energy, question-and-answer competition between 4-person student teams and a bracket for faculty teams. Top prize is $100. Get your organization together and sponsor a team! Below is a registration form; for additional information, contact Dr. Joan Faust (email@example.com)
The American Diabetes Association (ADA), based in Metairie has a volunteer opportunity for students involved in any organization on campus , and are looking for volunteer hours. Annually, the ADA has a "Step Out Walk against Diabetes" at three locations in the area; New Orleans, North Shore, and Baton Rouge. We are looking for organizations who would like to volunteer the day of the event or contribute an in-kind donation. This project will be a great community event for organizations to be involved in not only this year but years to come. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Compassionate Student Volunteers Needed:
The following explains the role of a student volunteer:
- Volunteers can spend maybe one hour/week or month is suggestion.
- Volunteers can do things like read to the patient, provide pet care, pet therapy, music therapy, take part in the bi-weekly meetings of the medical and support team, help with the yard or the home, help with meals, general hands on care, companionship and maybe make small gift items to encourage patients are some examples.
- Students need to fill out a volunteer packet in order to be approved.
Hospice is about providing support and comfort to patients and their family who are terminally ill. So students who are working on counseling, social work or pre med programs might be interested in such community service. Or simply students with compassion who would like to make a meaningful impact on people lives. For more information please email email@example.com
Holy Ghost is holding their annual fair on October 24th, 25th, and 26th this year and are looking for any volunteers or organizations in need of service hours. For more information please email Jodee McWilliams Hoover at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GEAUX PINK Night will be on September 28th and 29th at Raising Cane's! ALL the money raised (100%) will be donated to Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center and support patient services in the Hammond/Tangipahoa area. This includes, free cancer screenings, educational materials, gas cards for patient to get to treatments and other patient related needs.
Game Day Reminder:
Southeastern students are admitted free to all Lion athletic events, including football, but must present a valid university-issued ID card at the designated student gate. The card will be swiped electronically to verify. Students without a valid university-issued ID card will be required to purchase a ticket to enter the stadium.
All bags will be checked entering Strawberry Stadium. An express line will be available for fans without bags. No umbrellas, as well as outside food, drinks or containers (including cups), will be allowed.
A limited supply of free parking passes in the Strawberry Stadium garage for each home game are available for students. They are available on a first-come, first-served basis in the athletic ticket office beginning the Monday before each home game.
The Office for Student Engagement encourages and facilitates student engagement in
student organizations including Student Government Association and Greek letter organizations,
leadership development, and participation in campus-wide events and community service.
The Office for Student Engagement is committed to providing development opportunities for all students and challenges them to become empowered, motivated, and experienced leaders and citizens through a comprehensive co-curricular experience.
Last year's DSA Convocation awards can be found here
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