CAMPUS LEADERSHIP POSITIONS

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Colonial Student Ambassadors
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Early Success Program
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Student Information Technology Advisory Committee
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Senior Class Gift Committee
Student Athlete Advisory
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For More Information,
Contact:


Nicole C. Hammond, M.S.
Counselor/Tutorial Coordinator
Center for Student Success

hammond@rmu.edu
412-397-2220 phone
412-397-2589 fax
Nicholson Center 2nd
Moon Campus

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Early Success Program Mentors

The Early Success Program is intended to assist new students with the transition from high school to college. This program presents several opportunities to learn about the college environment through group workshops, interactive assignments, and social engagements. The upper–classman leader provides the student perspective regarding the relationship between college life, personal choices, and academics.

Early Success Program Leader-Week Responsibilities
  • Attend both fall and spring training sessions
  • Attend all scheduled activities and workshops provided from Saturday through Thursday
  • Demonstrate enthusiasm about Robert Morris University
  • Provide assistance to the staff members from the Center for Student Success
Early Success Program Leader-Semester Responsibilities
  • Be a positive role model and friend for their students at all times
  • Attend all scheduled workshops in the Rogal Chapel
  • Motivate students to complete all program requirements for the fall/spring semesters
  • Participate and attend all bi–weekly group meetings during both semesters
  • Communicate campus activities through weekly emails
  • Complete weekly leader logs
  • Create activities and/or opportunities to interact with students on a weekly basis
  • Illustrate positive behaviors per the Student Code of Conduct
Selection Process
  • Applications will be available in the Center for Student Success at the beginning of the spring semester
    • Any student who possesses passion, enthusiasm, genuine interest in the position, a positive attitude, demonstrated leadership, creativity, and sincere commitment to helping others may apply
    • Each applicant returns the application with three references from two faculty and/or staff members and one Residence Life staff member
  • Interviews will be conducted with the Center for Student Success Staff
  • Applicants will be ranked on a 5-point scale
  • Notification will be sent via email or mail from the Center for Student Success
  • Leaders will participate in a training session during the spring semester and one day in August before the Early Success Program begins