Office for Student Engagement
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.
for December 2nd-December 8th
- Monday, November 2nd is CAB's Massage Chair Monday in the student union! (Depending on the weather)
- Student Organizations Requirement!! Your End of the Semester report is due Friday, December 6th! Please go to http://www.southeastern.edu/admin/stu_orgs/student_res/index.html to complete the form!
- Lion Up!! The Second Round of football playoffs are this Saturday, Dec. 7th at 7 p.m. in Strawberry Stadium!! Come cheer on the Lions as they take on Sam Houston State!!!
- The Northshore College would like to paint their windows for Lions playoff If your organization would like to volunteer to paint their windows, as we do for Homecoming Week please contact email@example.com
- Tailgating rules:
Athletic events should be conducted in an environment that is safe and enjoyable for all. As home football games have great potential to attract many spectators, we want to highlight a few of the parts of the Alcohol and Home Football policy that is in place for these events. The entire policy can be found at: http://www.southeastern.edu/admin/stu_dev/assets/82310_alcohol_foot.pdf
All glass containers of any kind and cans are prohibited. Whatever is consumed must be poured in a paper or plastic cup.
No oversized or common source containers of any type (including but not limited to kegs, punch bowls, beer balls, party balls) are permitted.
Drinking games, funneling or any other activity deemed by the University as inappropriate is prohibited.
- Students interested in showcasing their University organization to high school students at in the Region 8 Science Fair on February 7, 2014 should contact Bruce Sherman. See flyer attached.
Dinning Services is NOW HIRING for all dining locations on campus, including new locations scheduled to open in January in the New Student Union. *See attached flyer you can hand out or post at your next meeting. If you are any of your members are looking for a job, stop by the Dining Services Office located in the Twelve Oaks Complex between Quiznos & Chick-fil-A. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 985-549-2286.
- Center for Student Excellence is in need of tutors. Please see attached flyer for more information.
- SAAC is collecting aluminum can pull tabs! Help Southeastern's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) as they compete with other SAACs in the Southland conference to collect pull tabs off of soda, energy drink, etc. cans! We are asking each student organization on campus to collect pull tabs throughout the year and on Wednesday, April 30th we will have a weigh-in for each organization to see which group collected the most pull tabs! SAAC will be giving a prize to the organization who collects the most! Contact SAAC advisor Mary Kathryn Borland at 985-549-2256 or email@example.com.
- The wrestling club is looking for new members the spring 2014 semester. People can text their names at 985-664-7482. Or they can email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Regional Journey Hospice is in need of volunteers! The following explains what a student volunteer does:- Volunteers can spend as much or as little time as they want with this community service program. Maybe one hour/month as a suggestion or one project a semester.- Volunteers can do things like read to the patient, provide pet care, help with the yard or the home, help with meals, play music, general hands on care, companionship and maybe make small gift items to encourage are some examples.- Volunteers need to contact me to fill out a volunteer packet in order to be approved.- Volunteers are needed for the Hammond area as well as for the north and south shore areas of New Orleans. Hospice is about providing support and comfort as they and their family face end of life issues. So students with compassion, who are working on counseling or social work degree programs might be interested in such community service. If you are interested please contact-Jim Louviere at email@example.com
- The New Orleans Pelicans are in the process of organizing groups of volunteers for
our game-days coming up. Volunteers perform a variety of tasks for us on game days,
of which we have 41 coming up from October 2013 to April 2014. They help us with distribution
of nightly programs and giveaways, they interact with fans and monitor our interactive
elements at our pre-game block party in Champions Square, and they also help us in
the arena on the concourse in a variety of ways. Volunteers receive free parking,
a giveaway if they volunteer on a promotion night, and one free ticket to that night's
game. They need to arrive approximately 1 ½ before tip-off for placement and description
of their roles. If interested, please contact AJ Gaulton 504.593.4828
- The 5th Annual Walgreens Greater New Orleans International Dragon Boat Races and Festival
will take place Saturday, May 10th on the Tchefuncte River in Madisonville.
In an effort to make this event the best year yet, a local organizing committee has decided to be formed and would like to have YOU be a part! Dragon Boat Racing has become the fastest growing water sport. Teams of 22 people paddle up and down the river in Chinese replica vessels racing for bragging rights. It is an energizing, eco-friendly and team building sport that can be performed by all ages. Click here to see the sport in action http://www.gwndragonboat.com/Default.asp?l=1&id=151
- Prevent Child Abuse (PCA) Louisiana seeks new KIDLINE volunteers. KIDLINE, 1-800-CHILDREN,
is an anonymous, confidential, toll-free telephone line that offers crisis intervention,
information on child maltreatment, parenting help and referrals to community resources.
KIDLINE serves the families of Louisiana seven days per week, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Volunteers are trained to provide support to callers who are in crisis, stressed,
or who simply need parenting support and referrals to community-based services. They
must be at least 18 years of age, pass a criminal background check, and volunteer
12 hours per month for a minimum of six months. More information is available at www.pcal.org or by contacting Dr.Shannon Hanaki at (225) 925 9520 or Shannon@pcal.org.
- Program: White House Fellowships
Agency: President's Commission on White House
Next Deadline: Jan 15, 2014
Provides 11 to 19 fellowships for gifted and highly
motivated young Americans to gain experience in the
processes of government. Fellows are selected on a
non-partisan basis and typically spend a year
working as full-time, paid special assistants to
senior White House staff, the vice president,
cabinet secretaries and other top-ranking
government officials. Fellows also participate in
an education program that includes public policy
seminars and study trips. Annual deadline: 1/15.
for details. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Cindy Moelis, Director
1900 E Street, NW
Washington, DC 20415
Last year's DSA Convocation awards can be found here
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