of the division and other members of our faculty and staff advise and
support more than 100 registered student organizations. We combine our
skills and resources in a variety of ways to help our student organizations
join us in creating, sustaining, and enhancing a community focused on
an up-to-date listing of our student organizations, click
here. Additional information may be found in the Information Manual
for Student Organizations found here.
Day brings together the leaders of all registered La Salle
student organizations early in the fall semester. This program kicks
off the academic year by informing and motivating our student leaders.
Leadership Day allows our leaders to get to know one another, network,
learn about available resources, enhance leadership skills, develop
a calendar of events for the Fall and Spring semesters, and review University
policies pertaining to student organizations.
Dream is an annual program aimed at emerging leaders nominated
by the campus community. The program gives students, faculty, and staff
the opportunity to help each other learn about leadership and social
justice outside the classroom setting. It is held on the anniversary
of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday.
Leaders Retreat is an annual weekend experience for the rising
leaders of our fraternities and sororities, in association with divisional
staff members and the Inter-Fraternity and Sorority Council, that helps
us continue to build a strong and contributive Greek community.