STUDENT ENGAGEMENT & LEADERSHIP

Our Student Engagement & Leadership (SEAL) program exists to enhance your life outside the classroom. We provide students with co-curricular opportunities to encourage leadership, personal and professional growth, and the embracing of human diversity.

SEAL oversees Student Government, the Campus Activities Board, more than two dozen student organizations and programs to promote an understanding and appreciation of diversity.

Learn more about some of the student organizations on campus or how to join the Emerging Leaders Program.

We promote activities for students to increase their involvement in campus life outside the classroom, coordinate new student orientation, administer student conduct, coordinate the Student Center Atrium Art Gallery exhibit, handle posting on bulletin boards around campus; and publish the Campus Connection enewsletter, the Student Handbook and Calendar and various booklets for student organization use. We provide opportunities to pursue an interest or talent in an organized environment with other students. To get involved or for more information feel free to contact us.

Campus Connection

The Campus Connection Student Newsletter is published monthly throughout the semester. >The Campus Connection is not published over summer.

View Current Issue of the Campus Connection

 


 

Ianny Martinez I came to Lakeland not knowing anything. I wanted to help people and I knew that I had to go to school to learn about health care. I am so happy that I did this. Lakeland changed my life. Ianny Martinez Medical Assisting

Elizabeth Brassell Lakeland opened the doors of opportunity for me to begin my future. Through Phi Theta Kappa I found my passion for leadership and service. Lakeland has molded me to embrace an unlimited future. Elizabeth Brassell Associate of Arts

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