Student Leadership Council

Campus Recreation Student Leadership Council (S.L.C)

The Campus Recreation Student Leadership Council contributes to the growth and development at the University of South Florida Campus Recreation Department through leadership, representation, service, and advisement.

What is the S.L.C?

The S.L.C is an advisory team made up of a 10 current student employees appointed from the program, facility, or service they represent (i.e., Sports Clubs, Intramural Sports, Fitness, Aquatics, Facilities, etc.) within the Campus Recreation Department. Each of the at large members must have prior participation and involvement in the programs and services offered at the Campus Recreation Center. These members will be appointed by a staff associate (i.e., Coordinator, Assistant Director or Director) through a nomination process to represent their division.

The purpose of this team is to provide an opportunity for student involvement with recreational related business in a leadership role, interaction with professional staff and to promote student employment leadership development What can the leadership council accomplish? Create and develop a sense of community and interaction among team members Develop and implement scheduled opportunities for team building and training for employees to help bridge the gap between program areas Represent campus recreation within the larger University of South Florida community.

What do you get out of being on S.L.C?

What are the responsibilities of the members on the council?