Student leadership in OMA is a critical component of our ability to create programs and services that meet the needs of the Seattle University community.
With the Connections Leadership Program support the transition of new first-year and transfer students of color. CLP Peer Mentors are selected each spring to serve during the following academic year. For more information contact Victoria Benavides at email@example.com or visit the Peer Mentor page
Peer educators host programs and dialogues that invite students, faculty, and staff to engage critically with issues of social justice and inclusion. DEEP selection takes place each spring, and members serve during the following academic year. For more information contact Sabina Neem at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Assisting both the Office of Admissions and the Office of Multicultural Affairs with the recruitment and guidance of first-year and transfer students at Seattle University. The liaisons reach out to traditionally underrepresented population groups in hopes of fostering a sense of community and diversity at Seattle University. These groups include: racial minority groups, LGBTQ students, first-generation students, commuter students, and economically-disadvantaged students. For more information contact Monica Nixon at email@example.com
Student members of the OMA Advisory Board provide important feedback about our functions. Members of the OMA Advisory Board are invited to serve by the OMA director.
We hope you will consider these opportunities for leadership development.