Student Leadership and Engagement
LEARN * LEAD * ENGAGE
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Student Leadership and Engagement understands that you seek out involvement and leadership for a variety of reasons, some of which are serving others, networking, building skills, discovering yourself, making new friends, and creating change. No matter what your interests are, make the most out of your experience here at the University of San Francisco by getting involved and becoming a part of the exciting things happening here.
Once upon a time, USF was a physical place we all called home and where we were surrounded by our community. Now – as we try to make the most of this change to a remote community, we still hope to share experiences that remind us that we are all in this together. This semester may be different with social distancing and relying on tech alone, but we are not going to let these extraordinary circumstances stop us from sharing your voices. We need to hear them now more than ever!
Whether it is sharing your struggles and your victories in quarantine or highlighting your newly adopted skills (sourdough anyone? plant babies?) Each and everyone of you has a unique story to tell and we are here to listen, to share, and to keep you connected.
So… we still want to hear: “What do #UStay(Online)For?" When your online class ends, how are you staying in touch with the people and experiences of USF that you love? Maintaining a sense of community is everything to us and we want to curate some of this belonging, even if you are across the world. Whether it’s for online club meetings, social events, or just connecting with the peers through Zoom — we want to keep highlighting our resilient USF community during these trying times.