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Tag: Student Involvement & Leadership Development
Ivonne Uquillas
NIU’s Division of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management is preparing for PACT Awareness Week, scheduled from Monday, Feb. 25, through Sunday, March 3. As part of the preparations, the PACT committee conducted interviews with a staff member and student about what this year’s theme, “Disciplined,” means to them as members of NIU’s campus. Jill Zambito,...
NIU Cares Day volunteers
Registration for NIU Cares Day 2013 is now available online. Entering its seventh year, NIU Cares Day continues to be a phenomenal campus and community-wide day of community service. On Saturday, April 20, students, faculty and staff members will be transported throughout DeKalb County to complete service projects that benefit non-profit community agencies as well...
Logo of Huskie Family Connections
Student Affairs & Enrollment Management and Huskie Family Connections are hosting two regional meetings to provide an evening of conversation between NIU families and SAEM administrators. Meetings are planned Tuesday, Feb. 5, in Naperville and Wednesday, Feb. 20, in Chicago. Administrators from SAEM and HFC would like to know the compliments and concerns of NIU...
NIU football fans show their Orange Bowl excitement during the Dec. 5 pep rally.
UPDATE: Northern Illinois University is excited to announce that a limited number of student fan bus packages for the Discover Orange Bowl game have been released! Student travel packages will be available again at niutickets.com beginning at 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 12, 2012. Ticket sales will end at 12:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 13, 2012...
NIU students packed 3,000 pounds of food that would provide 2,307 meals to families around northern Illinois last year.
Hunger and homelessness is recognized nationally each November during Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, where organizations across the country plan and host activities related to raising awareness about these issues in their communities. NIU focused this year on service projects and educational activities, ranging from packing food for the hungry, both at the local and...
NIU students cheer on their football team during the 2011 Blackout game at Huskie Stadium.
Calling all NIU students who are graduating next month or in May or August of 2013! A special recognition for these soon-to-be alumni is planned Wednesday, Nov. 14, as part of the NIU “Blackout!” football game versus Toledo. The event includes free food – tailgate for free at the Student Association tent on the east...
NIU Cares Day 2012
Student Involvement & Leadership Development is gearing up for NIU Cares Day 2013. The event is scheduled for Saturday, April 20; however, plans are under way to convene the planning committee and to recruit volunteers to assist that day. An NIU Cares Day kickoff and preview meeting is scheduled for 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6,...
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Each year, NIU students create flyers, buttons and speeches to petition support as they run for an elected office or position on campus. They pursue efforts to get involved, gain leadership experience and enhance their educational journey at Northern Illinois University. Join the Women’s Resource Center from 3 to 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, in...
Logo of the National Coalition for the Homeless: Bringing America Home
NIU students and faculty/staff groups are teaming up with community organizations to present a week of events in recognition of National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, scheduled from Saturday, Nov. 10, through Sunday, Nov. 18. Sponsored on campus by Student Involvement & Leadership Development, the week features a variety of service opportunities with the Northern...
PUMP UP THE PRIDE! NIU HOMECOMING 2012
There are fun events every day of Homecoming week this year for NIU students to get involved with and attend! The Homecoming Kick Off Rally is scheduled from noon to 3 p.m. today in the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Commons. This is one way to show off your Huskie Pride, meet the Huskie royalty...
Cover of Washington Monthly magazine
When it comes to ranking colleges, academic excellence is important, but is hardly the only measure that matters. So say the publishers of Washington Monthly’s College Guide and Rankings. They choose to rank colleges not solely upon how well they educate students, but rather upon how well they serve society. NIU ranked 143rd – with...
Bark ’til Dark logo
Like every year, staff at NIU Student Involvement & Leadership Development have spent months preparing to welcome students to campus this fall. This year’s menu features a new series of events known as “Bark ‘til Dark” (BTD). “The calendar of events has been scheduled for months and students can now plan ahead and stay on...
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