NDSCS offers a wide variety of student leadership opportunities to get involved, make new friends, and add valuable skills and experience to your resume. If you have the desire to learn more and are committed to serving as a positive role model among your peers, apply today!
Regardless of your academic program, we encourage you to lead!
Wildcat Welcome Team members serve as resources and familiar contacts for new students who are making the transition to the diverse academic and social culture of NDSCS. WWT members are some of the first contacts incoming students and their families will have at NDSCS and will assist in creating a positive experience as an introduction to becoming a Wildcat.
The Student Senate at the North Dakota State College of Science represents and serves the student body to enhance students' college experience through the empowerment of all students. The Senate's responsibilities include chartering student clubs, awarding discretionary funding to student clubs and organizations, assisting with funding and hosting student programs and events, and representing student interests across campus.
Student Senate Responsibilities:
Meet weekly during the academic year to discuss College updates and weigh in on important decisions regarding students and the institution.
Participate and serve on a variety of NDSCS and Student Senate committees that can improve the student experience such as Parking Committee, Diversity and Equity Team, and more.
Plan Agawasie Day
Share new initiatives and ideas with the Senate
Participate in the North Dakota Student Association (NDSA) once a month throughout North Dakota.
Students serving on the Campus Activities Board gain valuable leadership skills by planning events and activities to enrich the student experience at NDSCS. With a welcoming and enthusiastic approach, CAB Members seek to create new engagement opportunities while also celebrating longstanding traditions, where students meet new people and have fun.
Campus Activities Board (CAB) Responsibilities:
Meet weekly during the academic year to plan and discuss campus activities
Brainstorm and share event ideas with fellow CAB members
Implement event planning and promotional tasks
Introduce professional acts, such as comedians, hypnotists and musicians
Track student attendance at events
Communicate event information with students
Have the opportunity to take on additional leadership responsibilities with CAB
Application Due Date: April 1st. Applications will also be accepted as an ongoing process as positions open.
Resident Assistants (RAs) are students whose role is to support residents by fostering a cooperative and considerate residential community environment which contributes to the academic and personal growth and success of each resident. Resident Assistants enhance each resident student's experience by providing educational and recreational programming, information, guidance, friendship, and support.
Resident Assistant (RA) Responsibilities:
Support fellow students by assisting students with questions
Developing community through a variety of methods
Serving as residential hall on-duty staff
Planning building-wide events
Assist with safety and security
Perform administrative tasks
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