Student Involvement & Leadership
Student Involvement & Leadership strives to cultivate meaningful experiences to inspire personal and professional growth. Students are encouraged to be active participants in an array of social, cultural, spiritual, educational and recreational programs offered by Student Involvement & Leadership. Please consult the JWU Directory for Student Involvement and Leadership hours, location, and contact information.
Some of the programs and services provided include:
- Wildcat Welcome programming and events
- Student Organizations
- Leadership Development Programs
- Community Engagement
- Fraternity & Sorority Life
- Student Government
- Homecoming and Family Weekend
- Late Night Breakfast, Casino Night, Founders' Week, The Greatest Day of Fun (GDOF) and more.
Please refer to Student Organizations to learn about connecting to the Involvement Network. There you will find a full listing of student organizations as well as events that are going on around campus.
When a student becomes a member (associate, new or full member) of a student organization or team, that student represents not only themselves, but also the university and the organization or team. Groups may be held responsible as a whole for the misconduct of their individual members, including, but not limited to, any violation of the Student Code of Conduct, any other university rule or policy, or any local, state or federal law. Please refer to the Student Code of Conduct for more information regarding group responsibility.