We love watching our students grow as leaders. Hear SNHU students talk about the leadership roles they have assumed, and how it has helped them grow as both students and individuals.
The Office of Student Involvement offers students a wide array of opportunities to become involved on-campus. These include joining one of the many student organizations or taking part in the campus's teambuilding workshop, Camp Synergy.
The Office of Student Involvement offers leadership programs, workshops, and services for clubs, organizations and individual groups. Clubs and organizations are also encouraged to attend regional and/or national leadership conferences if funding has been provided to their organization.
Signature is a selective, holistic experiential leadership program dedicated to developing well-rounded, socially responsible student leaders. The overarching outcome of the program is the establishment of an individualized leadership approach and personal values towards lifelong involvement.
The Unsung Hero Award is presented to an individual who in some unique and significant way contributed to his/her organization or the Southern New Hampshire University community as a whole. It is broad in its reach and by design meant to recognize those not usually recognized through traditional awards criteria. The nominee must have contributed behind the scenes with their skill, time, and effort towards furthering the vision, mission and strategy of the University or their chosen clubs and organizations.
This award will be given to an individual in their first or second year in an organization. The person selected will best exemplify student leadership through the impact they have made in their organization and the SNHU community. The individual who receives this award should clearly display that they are a great role model, they impact the lives of those they are in contact with, and demonstrate a great deal of leadership potential.
The Campus Leadership Award is presented to a leader who has made a positive impact on the SNHU community and the organizations they have chosen to be active in. The winner of this award should be involved in a variety of clubs and organizations on campus and has made a difference within all of them.
The Community Enrichment Award will be given to the organization that has completed a unique and educational project or series of projects during the academic year.
This award will be given to the organization that demonstrates that co-sponsorship is a great way to build relationships within the SNHU community. This organization must show that they collaboratively worked on multiple events throughout the year. The collaboration could have occurred with other clubs/organizations or offices on campus.
This award will be given to the organization that truly demonstrates success in creative advertising and marketing. The organization receiving this award will have clearly used creative marketing technique(s) in order to catch the students’ attention. Examples of nominations that will be considered include campaigns, themes, event advertisements or promotional items.
This award is given to the organization that has developed and presented a unique program or activity for the SNHU community. An award will be given out for a program that cost less than $500.00, and another one will be given out for a program that cost more than $500.00.
The Most Improved Organization Award is presented to an organization that has made a significant transformation from the previous year to the current. This may have been an organization that was previously unrecognized and is now active again, a club that was in jeopardy of losing recognition or an organization that struggled to rise each year to a higher standard.
The Scott W. Caswell Award is given out each year to an Organization that has exceeded the expectations inherent in their stated purpose and function. This award is the highest honor given out by the Office of Campus Programming and Leadership.